New Classicism

Author: Elizabeth Meredith Dowling
Editor: Rizzoli International Publications
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New Classicism provides an in-depth look at a form of design that appeared lost forever with the rise of modernism in architecture.

Post Modernism

Author: Jencks
Editor: Rizzoli International Publications
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Surveys post-modern architecture, shows and describes homes, museums, and office buildings, and discusses the post-modern movement in painting and sculpture

Post Modernism

Author: Charles Jencks
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Describes the return to a new classical style within art and architecture. Includes 350 illustrations of paintings, sculpture, and architecture.

The New Classicism In Architecture And Urbanism

Author: Andreas C. Papadakis
Editor: St Martins Pr
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Speaking A New Classicism

Author: Helen Searing
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Austrian And New Classical Business Cycle Theories

Author: Rudy van Zijp
Editor: Edward Elgar Pub
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Austrian and New Classical Business Cycle Theories aims to make a major contribution to recent developments in macroeconomic theory.

Articulating British Classicism

Author: Elizabeth McKellar
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1351575325
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Whereas the past decades have seen a profound reconsideration of eighteenth-century visual culture, the architecture of that century has undergone little evaluation. Its study, unlike that of the early modern period or the twentieth century, has continued to use essentially the same methods and ideas over the last fifty years. Articulating British Classicism reconsiders the traditional historiography of British eighteenth-century architecture as it was shaped after World War II, and brings together for the first time a variety of new perspectives on British classicism in the period. Drawing on current thinking about the eighteenth century from a range of disciplines, the book examines such topics as social and gender identities, colonialization and commercialization, notions of the rural, urban and suburban, as well as issues of theory and historiography. Canonical constructions of Georgian architecture are explored, including current evaluations of the continental intellectual background, the relationship with mid seventeenth-century Stuart court classicism and the development of the subject in the twentieth century.

An Architecture For Our Time

Author: Charles Siegel
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ISBN: 9780978872816
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Great Music Of The 20th Century

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The 1920s saw both an explosion of new compositional languages and a conservative backlash against modernism. Follow the fortunes of Stravinsky, as he created a new ballet score for Diaghilev, incorporating themes from the Baroque composer Pergolesi. In Pulcinella, see how Stravinsky's ingenious treatment of the score created a neo-Classic musical hybrid of astonishing modernist sensibility.

New Pantheon Or Mythology Of All Nations Adapted To The Biblical Classical And General Reader But More Especially For The Use Of Schools And Young Persons

Author: George Crabb
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Stravinsky And The New Classicism

Author: Thomas Patrick Gordon
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On Classic Ground

Author: Elizabeth Cowling
Editor: Tate Publishing(UK)
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New Classical Music

Author: Gordon Kerry
Editor: UNSW Press
ISBN: 1742231462
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This book offers an approachable and evocative introduction to classical music composed in Australia in recent decades. With a balance of historical background and detailed description, composer and music journalist Gordon Kerry explores a number of themes landscape and spirituality, the influence of Europe and Asia that bring together the exciting variety of new works and voices working in Australian music now.

A New Classical Dictionary Of Greek And Roman Biography Mythology And Geography

Author: William Smith
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Storytelling In The New Hollywood

Author: Kristin Thompson
Editor: Harvard University Press
ISBN: 9780674839755
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Drawing on a wide range of films from the 1920s to the 1990s--from Keaton's Our Hospitality to Casablanca to Terminator 2, Kristin Thompson offers the first in-depth analysis of Hollywood's storytelling techniques and how they are used to make complex, easily comprehensible, entertaining films.

Antiquity

Author: Christopher Tadgell
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ISBN: 9781138038837
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This is the first in a series of seven books that describe and illustrate the seminal architectural traditions of the world. It describes the origins of the Classical tradition in the mountain temples of Sumer, the pyramids of Egypt and the ziggurats of Mesopotamia. The story continues with the temples, theatres, palaces and council chambers of ancient Greece and Rome, and finishes with the adoption of Classical models to house the new institutions of Christian Europe. Excursions along the way take in Mesoamerica and the Andean littoral, and Africa. Not simply a profusely illustrated catalogue of buildings, the book also provides their political, technological, social and cultural contexts. It functions equally well as a detailed and comprehensive narrative, as a collection of the great buildings of the world, and as an archive of themes across time and place.

Papers Of The American School Of Classical Studies At Athens

Author: American School of Classical Studies at Athens
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The Architecture Of John Simpson

Author: David Watkin
Editor: Rizzoli International Publications
ISBN: 9780847848690
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The residential and institutional architecture and interior design by an eminent London-based classical architect. John Simpson is one of the world s leading practitioners of new classicism, a contemporary architecture movement that continues the practice of classical and traditional architecture and embraces the virtues of durability, functionality, and beauty. Simpson s design ethos revolves around the notion that architecture is a public art where each facade forms the character and shape of the public realm the streets, the squares, and the major civic spaces that we use and as such must use a language of building that is recognizable and draws on our collective cultural experience. His architecture is thus understandable in a moment and is functional; it is built to last, to be beautiful, and to ensure the comfort and ease of those who experience it, be it the Queen s Gallery at Buckingham Palace in London or an apartment in a historic building in New York. The work shown covers a wide range, from small-scale residential and apartment design to the country house and the town house to large-scale institutional designs. Featured projects include a new academic quadrangle at Eton College; the new school of architecture at the University of Notre Dame; rooms at Kensington Palace; the Stanhope Hotel renovation in New York; town houses in Belgravia and Chelsea, London; and much more."

Articulating British Classicism

Author: Barbara Arciszewska
Editor: Gower Publishing, Ltd.
ISBN: 9780754637356
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Loosely modelled on Palladio's Villa Capra, Chiswick House by Lord Burlington was one of first designs to compete with the Baroque style that had influenced Inigo Jones and others. These essays explore new approaches to British architecture during the 18th century.

Transformations In Classical Architecture

Author: Victor Deupi
Editor: Oscar Riera Ojeda Publishers
ISBN: 9781946226228
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A quiet revolution is unfolding in the realm of classical architecture today, as the environmental, technological, and economic demands of contemporary practice require levels of efficiency that were never previously expected. This new wave of modern classicism reflects a progressive approach, addressing the pressing needs of the present and future fabric of our cities, towns and landscapes. This new wave of modern classicism reflects a progressive approach, addressing the pressing needs of the present and future fabric of our cities, towns and landscapes. This book examines how classical - and traditional - architecture can evolve in relation to new paradigms of research and practice (digital media and fabrication, sustainability, ecology, and emerging economies). Based on recent work by leading figures associated with the University of Miami School of Architecture, and a series of design studios at the university (the William H. Harrison Visiting Critics in Classical Architecture), the book redefines the new classical discourse in terms of popular, professional, and academic appeal.