All the books mentioned in this guide are located at the service desk, on the first floor of the library. Just ask at the front desk and we will help you check them out.
Some (Key Houses of the Twentieth Century, etc.) come with CDs and CAD drawings.
First, Google the provided house name with the architect's last name to see if there are any common variants.
Next, look in the Key Houses of the Twentieth Century/Key Buildings of the Twentieth Century books. Check the indexes of each book for both the house name, architect's name, and common variants. For many of these, we'll also have the CAD drawings on the CD that comes with the book. Look in the index at the back of the book for a list of those houses that appear as files on the CD.
Maison Citrohan / Citrohan House
There are two of these, and they're probably called Weissenhof houses. -Double house: Oeuvre Complete 1910-1929 Also in The Modern House, FRS Yorke -Single house (single house)--Weissenhof House in Key Houses #18 Also in The Modern House, FRS Yorke
Fire Station #4
Precedents in Architecture, look in the ebook or the print copy There are also decent plans in "2 New Buildings by Venturi and Rauch." Progressive Architecture 49 (Nov 1968):118-125.
Villas La Roche
Key Houses #13
Key Houses #30
Hanselmann House (Michael Graves)
Key Houses #63
Key Houses #35
Key Houses #36
Centre le Corbusier
Le Corbusier: Last Works Also in "Centre le Corbusier". Arkitektens Forlag 11.6 (1967): 241-255.
Trubek and Wislocki
Small but good plans in The Architecture of Robert Venturi, Mead
Vanna Venturi House
Also called the Chestnut Hill House Key Houses #61
Also called Maison Ozenfant or Maison-Atelier du Amedee Ozenfant. Images of the plans (without dimensions) in Le Corbusier, Le Grand (p. 137). 3-D model at 3D Warehouse. Plans, drawings at http://www.archiweb.cz/buildings.php?action=show&id=1358.
Solar Umbrella House
Mountain Tree House