History Of Architecture Back cover copy This second volume of the landmark Architectural Theory anthology surveys the development of architectural theory from the Franco-Prussian war of until the end of the twentieth century. Together with volume I, it is the first anthology to follow the full range of architectural literature from its beginnings in classical times to its impact today. The editors also consider the counter-movements of the s - inspired by the digital revolution, technological innovations, and growing concerns for sustainable design. This anthology maps a wide array of debates in architectural history, placing the writings of starchitects like Koolhaas, Eisenman, and Lynn alongside the work of prominent architectural critics.
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MALLGRAVE ARCHITECTURAL THEORY VOLUME 2 PDF
Laddas ned direkt Recensioner i media "An invaluable resource and a great read. The different voices of many generations of modernists come alive in their struggles to shape themselves and their times. Rich, inclusive, and surprising. It is a critically conceived resource of great value, an indispensable source to professors and students of architecture and professionals interested in architectural theory. Christina Contandriopoulos was trained as an architect at Universite de Montreal Canada and practiced architecture in Montreal and Paris. She is currently completing her Ph. D Thesis at McGill University.
Architectural Theory: Volume I - An Anthology from Vitruvius to 1870 / Edition 1
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