Storia Visiva Dell Architettura Italiana

Autore: Massimiliano Savorra
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Storia Dell Architettura Italiana Storia Visiva Dell Architettura Italiana 1400 1700

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Storia Visiva Dell Architettura Italiana

Autore: Massimiliano Savorra
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Storia Dell Architettura Italiana

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Lo Spazio Del Tempo Vol 1 Dall Xi Al Xvii Secolo

Autore: Andrea Giardina
Editore: Gius.Laterza & Figli Spa
ISBN: 8842114375
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Da tre grandi storici, autori conosciuti e apprezzati da lungo tempo nella scuola, Lo spazio del tempo, dall'XI al XVII secolo, un manuale a norma del DM 781/2013, con una narrazione dal respiro mondiale, arricchita da nuovi dossier di fonti e storiografia. Un manuale che fornisce tutti gli strumenti per esplorare e comprendere lo “spazio del tempo”. Questo prodotto contiene link esterni per la fruizione delle espansioni digitali correlate. Alcuni e-reader potrebbero non gestire questa funzionalità.

Picturing Machines 1400 1700

Autore: Wolfgang Lefèvre
Editore: MIT Press
ISBN: 9780262122696
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How technical drawings shaped early engineering practice.

The Waters Of Rome

Autore: Katherine Wentworth Rinne
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ISBN: 9780300155303
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In this pioneering study of the water infrastructure of Renaissance Rome, urban historian Katherine Rinne offers a new understanding of how technological and scientific developments in aqueduct and fountain architecture helped turn a medieval backwater into the preeminent city of early modern Europe. Supported by the author’s extensive topographical research, this book presents a unified vision of the city that links improvements to public and private water systems with political, religious, and social change. Between 1560 and 1630, in a spectacular burst of urban renewal, Rome’s religious and civil authorities sponsored the construction of aqueducts, private and public fountains for drinking, washing, and industry, and the magnificent ceremonial fountains that are Rome’s glory. Tying together the technological, sociopolitical, and artistic questions that faced the designers during an age of turmoil in which the Catholic Church found its authority threatened and the infrastructure of the city was in a state of decay, Rinne shows how these public works projects transformed Rome in a successful marriage of innovative engineering and strategic urban planning.

A History Of Architectural Conservation

Autore: Jukka Jokilehto
Editore: Routledge
ISBN: 131726651X
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The first book to provide a full history of the development of architectural conservation, A History of Architectural Conservation is considered a landmark publication by architectural conservation students and professionals the world over. Twenty years after its first publication, this new edition of Jukka Jokilehto’s groundbreaking book continues the story to bring the history of architectural conservation right up to the modern day. Jokilehto draws on his distinguished career of over 40 years at ICCROM (International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property, founded by UNESCO) to provide studies from Europe, the Middle East, the USA, Japan, India, China, Australia and South America. This accessible and well-written introduction to the history and theory of architectural conservation is richly illustrated in full colour and will be an essential go-to guide for students and practitioners worldwide.

Geometrical Objects

Autore: Anthony Gerbino
Editore: Springer
ISBN: 331905998X
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This volume explores the mathematical character of architectural practice in diverse pre- and early modern contexts. It takes an explicitly interdisciplinary approach, which unites scholarship in early modern architecture with recent work in the history of science, in particular, on the role of practice in the “scientific revolution”. As a contribution to architectural history, the volume contextualizes design and construction in terms of contemporary mathematical knowledge, attendant forms of mathematical practice, and relevant social distinctions between the mathematical professions. As a contribution to the history of science, the volume presents a series of micro-historical studies that highlight issues of process, materiality, and knowledge production in specific, situated, practical contexts. Our approach sees the designer’s studio, the stone-yard, the drawing floor, and construction site not merely as places where the architectural object takes shape, but where mathematical knowledge itself is deployed, exchanged, and amplified among various participants in the building process.