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Hubert Damisch is one of the very few philosophers who have taken the field of architecture seriously. This book will be the first time English-speaking readers will have the privilege of reading his provocative takes on a range of issues from geometry and perspective, to Le Corbusier and Diller and Scofidio.
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the Superstudio and Architecture. A critical montage of unpublished materials shows, under a different light, the transition. years from the “abstract furies” of Radical Architecture to the construction practice.
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Design Like You Give a Damn 2: Building Change from the Ground Up by Cameron Sinclair, Architecture for Humanity. Edited by Architecture for Humanity, a relief organization dedicated to promoting architectural and design solutions to global, social, and humanitarian issues, Design Like You Give a Damn 2 gathers innovative projects developed by architects and designers that serve to.
American architects first started seriously studying phenomenology at Princeton University in the s under Prof. Jean Labatut, whose student Charles W. Moore was the first to write a PhD dissertation, titled Water and Architecture (), that drew heavily on the philosophy of Gaston Bachelard.
This Russian photographer is seriously in love with the brutality of Soviet architecture. So much so, that he quit his day job to commit full-time to. As a result of Kennedy Nolan’s architecture, along with landscape design by Amanda Oliver, this house is almost embedded within the garden.
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The question “what is architecture?” is one of the most basic but also one of the most challenging stuff architects ask themselves. It is a philosophical question that repels a complete answer. But while Living In The Mountains, the lavishly-illustrated architecture book released tomorrow by Phaidon, “You can die on a mountain or you can be seriously injured or lost, so they're.
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The Museum is taking this issue very seriously. “Architecture is the will of an epoch translated into space,” the noted German architect Mies van der Rohe once said, and there’s no better proof than that than right her in New York, whose. Seeing Ambiguity Judith Turner Photographer Preface by Robert Elwall Introduction by Joseph Rosa.
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