Storia Dell Architettura Contemporanea

Author: Marco Biraghi
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ISBN: 9788806193133
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Storia Dell Architettura Contemporanea 1750 1945

Author: Marco Biraghi
Editor: Einaudi
ISBN: 9788806186975
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Introduzione Al Moderno Breve Storia Dell Architettura Contemporanea 1750 2000

Author: Giorgio Bersano
Editor: Editrice Compositori
ISBN: 8877947667
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Modern Architecture Since 1900

Author: William J. R. Curtis
Editor: Phaidon Inc Ltd
ISBN:
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This work on 20th-century architecture combines a clear general outline withnalysis and interpretation of particular buildings. While technical,conomic, social and intellectual developments are fully treated, the finalmphasis is on individuals and on the qualities that give buildings theirasting value.;For this revised and updated third edition, an appreciation ofegional identity and variety has been incorporated, and also a section onecent architecture. There are many new colour illustrations, plans andrawings. The bibliography and notes have also been extended. This book setshe Modern tradition in perspective, relating it to earlier traditions, andnalyzing its richness and complexity.

Time Frames

Author: Ugo Carughi
Editor: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 1351980351
Size: 18,27 MB
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Time Frames provides a reconnaissance on the conservation rules and current protection policies of more than 100 countries, with particular attention to the emerging nations and twentieth-century architecture. The contributions illustrate the critical issues related to architectural listings, with a brief history of national approaches, a linkography and a short bibliography. The book also provides a short critical lexicography, with 12 papers written by scholars and experts including topics on identities, heritages, conservation, memories and the economy. By examining the methods used to designate building as heritage sites across the continents, this book provides a comprehensive overview of current protection policies of twentieth-century architecture as well as the role of architectural history.

Storia Dell Architettura Contemporanea

Author: Giovanni Fanelli
Editor:
ISBN:
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Storie E Storiografia Dell Architettura Contemporanea

Author: Fulvio Irace
Editor: Editoriale Jaca Book
ISBN: 9788816430273
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Creating Cities Building Cities

Author: Peter Karl Kresl
Editor: Edward Elgar Publishing
ISBN: 1786431610
Size: 20,78 MB
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For the past 150 years, architecture has been a significant tool in the hands of city planners and leaders. In Creating Cities/Building Cities, Peter Karl Kresl and Daniele Ietri illustrate how these planners and leaders have utilized architecture to achieve a variety of aims, influencing the situation, perception and competitiveness of their cities.

Delirious New York

Author: Rem Koolhaas
Editor: The Monacelli Press, LLC
ISBN: 1580934102
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Since its original publication in 1978, Delirious New York has attained mythic status. Back in print in a newly designed edition, this influential cultural, architectural, and social history of New York is even more popular, selling out its first printing on publication. Rem Koolhaas's celebration and analysis of New York depicts the city as a metaphor for the incredible variety of human behavior. At the end of the nineteenth century, population, information, and technology explosions made Manhattan a laboratory for the invention and testing of a metropolitan lifestyle -- "the culture of congestion" -- and its architecture. "Manhattan," he writes, "is the 20th century's Rosetta Stone . . . occupied by architectural mutations (Central Park, the Skyscraper), utopian fragments (Rockefeller Center, the U.N. Building), and irrational phenomena (Radio City Music Hall)." Koolhaas interprets and reinterprets the dynamic relationship between architecture and culture in a number of telling episodes of New York's history, including the imposition of the Manhattan grid, the creation of Coney Island, and the development of the skyscraper. Delirious New York is also packed with intriguing and fun facts and illustrated with witty watercolors and quirky archival drawings, photographs, postcards, and maps. The spirit of this visionary investigation of Manhattan equals the energy of the city itself.