Compositions In Architecture

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Compositions In Architecture

Author : Don Hanlon
ISBN : 9780470053645
Genre : Architecture
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This book enables the reader to connect architectural theory with the design process. And by relating what happens in the design studiO with how the architect thinks about architectural composition, the approach spurs creative thinking.
Category: Architecture

The Drama Of Space

Author : Holger Kleine
ISBN : 9783035604351
Genre : Architecture
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The experience of architectural spaces is formed by the way they are staged. The Drama of Space examines the composition and articulation of architectural spaces in terms of spatial dramaturgy, as a repertoire of means and strategies for shaping spatial experience. This fundamental approach to architectural design is presented in four parts: Archetypal principles of spatial composition are traced from the study of three assembly buildings of the early modern period in Venice. Theatre, film, music, and theory provide background knowledge on dramaturgy. Detailed analyses of 18 international case studies offer new perspectives on contemporary architecture. The book ends with a systematic presentation of the dramaturgy of space, its parameters and tools, in architectural design.
Category: Architecture

Charles R Stinson Architects

Author : Camille LeFevre
ISBN : 1864702990
Genre : Architecture
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Architect Charles R. Stinson conceives each project as a balance of space and light, where horizontal and natural light bring the outside in. The result is a living space that is both transcendent and grounding; a place that lifts the spirit and connects
Category: Architecture

Geometry Of Design

Author : Kimberly Elam
ISBN : 1568982496
Genre : Design
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This work takes a close look at a broad range of 20th-century examples of design, architecture and illustration, revealing underlying geometric structures in their compositions.
Category: Design

Pictorial Composition From Medieval To Modern Art

Author : Paul Taylor
ISBN : UVA:X004603652
Genre : Art
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This volume contains most of the papers given at a colloquium held at the Institute in 1997. It provides a study of the concept of composition in European art and art literature from the middle ages to the early 20th-century. Some authors are concerned to show the extent to which writers on art before 1880 would have been able to think of a work of art in the terms put forward by modernist theorists like Maurice Denis, Wassily Kandinsky and Clement Greenberg, as a flat surface, covered with colours, lines and forms arranged in an aesthetically pleasing way. Other authors aim to show how artists and theorists conceived of composition before the modern period, by describing some of the implications and connotations of the concept within a broader field of political and religious meanings.
Category: Art

Architectural Forum

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ISBN : UCSC:32106018151461
Genre : Architecture
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Category: Architecture

Architectural Composition

Author : Nathaniel Cortlandt Curtis
ISBN : WISC:89056268931
Genre : Architectural design
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Category: Architectural design

Matter And Mind In Architecture

Author : Juan Navarro Baldeweg
ISBN : UOM:39015050518821
Genre : Architecture
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Matter and Mind in Architecture was the theme of the 7th Alvar Aalto Symposium, thus the title of the book documenting the symposium. It's a theme that might have been construed as somewhat introspective, perhaps out of touch with the present state of commerce, but its purpose was to instigate a discussion of materials and meanings, matter and content, and to encourage architects to participate in the fundamental problems facing the world. Because architects ought no longer be bystanders in a world of intensifying environmental problems, Matter and Mind in Architecture encourages self-scrutiny. The contributing writers, all important representatives in their respective fields of philosophy, music, literature and architecture include Kazuyo Sejima, Vittorio Gregotti, Wilfried Wang, Juan Navarro Baldeweg and John Patkau.
Category: Architecture


Author : Giovanni Battista Piranesi
ISBN : UOM:39015010213125
Genre : Architectural drawing
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Category: Architectural drawing

The Theory Of Architecture

Author : Paul-Alan Johnson
ISBN : UOM:39015032427950
Genre : Architecture
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This jargon-free guide to design and architecture theory helps professionals engage in the discourse of where and what architecture is, and has been.
Category: Architecture

Design Computing

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ISBN : UOM:39015020390053
Genre : Architectural design
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Category: Architectural design