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Building Plans: Referencing

In this guide:

Architecture students reference using the Harvard UTS referencing style. Most of the references you will come across that contains building plans will be quite traditional - books and journals. The important thing to remember is to reference the type of document that contains the building plan - Ie: a book, a journal a website etc.

For information about how to reference a book the convention for books on the Harvard UTS Referencing Guide
An example:

Bidaine, P. & Centre Georges Pompidou 2000, Centre Pompidou, Scala, Paris.

 

For information about how to reference a journal article see the convention for journals on the Harvard UTS Referencing Guide
An example:

Ferrary, A. 2012, 'Georges Pompidou et la culture', Memoria y Civilización, vol. 15, pp. 589-96.

 

For information about how to reference a website see the convention for websites on the Harvard UTS Referencing Guide
An example:

Renzo Piano Building Workshop 2014, Centre Georges Pompidou, viewed 24 July 2014,
      <http://www.rpbw.com/project/3/centre-georges-pompidou/>.

 There is also a pdf version of our referencing guide you can use. It's searchable!