In Design, Primary Sources are the Drawings, Models, Images and Writings produced for the original design and when that design came about. They are direct evidence of, the architect or designers work. Examples of Primary Sources include the drawing collections such as that of Firmany, Le Corbusier.
- Use databases such as, Architectural Publications Index to find primary sources.
- Include the search terms, "plan" or "drawing"
Secondary Sources: Interpretations – often generated by scholars, curators or critics – that are based upon the examination of multiple primary sources and interpret or analyze an original work. Use "Avery" for Journal Articles .
Iterative Search requires the practice of continually questioning and substantiating your findings.
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Architectural graphic standardsTwelfth edition. - American Institute of Architects,
Constructing the Ineffable - Contemporary Sacred Architecture, by Karla Britton
Transcending Architecture - Contemporary Views on Sacred Spaces, by Julio Bermudez
Designing Sacred Spaces, by Sherin Whing
Closer to God - Religious Architecture and Sacred Spaces, by Robert Klanten
Cosmos of Light -The Sacred Architecture of LeCorbusier, by Henry Plummer
Interior graphic and design standards - S.C. Reznikoff
Sacred Buildings: A design Manual, by Rudolf Stegers
The Spiritual Traveler - New York City, by Edward Bergman
Sacred Spaces - Contemporary Religious Architecture, by James Pallister
Kris Yao / Artech-Selected and Current work, by Renee Otmar
1950-2000 European Church Architecture, by Wolfgang Jean Stack
Modern Landscape, by Michael Spens
AV Monographs: Recintos Religiosos -