Lineamenti Di Storia Dell Architettura

Author: Lorenzo Bartolini Salimbeni
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ISBN: 9788881241323
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Lineamenti Di Storia Dell Architettura Contemporanea

Author: Fabrizio Brunetti
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Lineamenti Di Storia Dell Architettura Contemporanea

Author: Alessandra Muntoni
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ISBN: 9788842077930
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Lineamenti Di Storia Dell Architettura

Author: Arnaldo Bruschi
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Lineamenti Di Storia Dell Architettura

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Lineamenti Di Storia Dell Arte Dall Arte Greco Romana All Arte Romanica 9 Ed

Author: Roberto Salvini
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A History Of Western Architecture

Author: David Watkin
Editor: Laurence King Publishing
ISBN: 9781780675978
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In this highly acclaimed reference work David Watkin traces the history of western architecture from the earliest times in Mesopotamia and Egypt to the eclectic styles of the twenty-first century. The author emphasizes the ongoing vitality of the Classical language of architecture, underlining the continuity between, say, the work of Ictinus in fifth-century BC Athens and that of McKim, Mead and White in twentieth-century New York. Authoritative, comprehensive and highly illustrated, this sixth edition has been expanded to bring the story of western architecture right up to date and includes a separate final chapter on twenty-first century developments, including the role of computers in architecture, sustainability, humanitarian architecture, and very tall buildings.

Architecture As Space

Author: Bruno Zevi
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ISBN: 9780306805370
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This classic work (first published in Italian in 1948, translated in 1957, and revised in 1974) examines the history of architecture in light of its essence as space, animating and illuminating architectural creations so that their beauty—or indifference—is exposed. Along with commercial and dwelling units, temples, palaces, and cathedrals, Zevi treats structures such as fountains, columns, and monuments, subjecting them all to aesthetic, cultural, and functional criteria and explaining them in easily understood terms. Beautifully illustrated with examples from the entire history of the art, this is one of the most stimulating and provocative books ever written on the history and purpose of architecture.