Architecture -- History -- Pictorial works -- Early works to 1800. : A plan of civil and historical architecture : in the representation of the most noted buildings of foreign nations, both ancient and modern: Taken from the most Approv'd Historians, Original Medals, Remarkable Ruins, and Curious Authentick Designs; and display'd in eighty-six double folio-plates, finely engraven, At a very Great Expence, by the most Eminent Hands; divided into five books. Containing. Book I. Twenty-Two Plates of the Ancient Jewish, Egyptian, Syrian, Persian and Grecian Edifices, Monuments, Pyramids, &c. in which the Manners of Structure used by those Nations, and bury'd in the Ruins of Barbarity, are restor'd, and set in a true Light. Book II. Fifteen Plates of the Ancient, and least known Roman Buildings. Book III. Fifteen Plates describing the Buildings of the Arabians, Turks, &c. and some Modern One's of the Persians, Siamese, Chinese, and Japonese. Book IV. Twenty-One Plates of Modern Structures, invented, and in Part executed, by the Author. Book V. Thirteen Plates of Ancient Egyptian, Grecian and Roman Urns and Vases; to which are added.
Architecture -- Human factors -- Europe -- Exhibitions. : A Vision of Europe : mostra internazionale di architettura e urbanistica = international exhibition of architecture and urbanism, Bologna, Italia, Centro S. Giorgio in Poggiale, 1992 / a cura di Gabriele Tagliaventi, Liam O'Connor.
Architecture -- Human factors -- Indexes. : Cumulative index to the proceedings of the Environmental Design Research Association, volumes 1-18, 1969-1987 / edited by Richard Wener and Francoise Szigeti, with special assistance from the Department of Architecture of Andrews University.