6 edition of Architecture in transition found in the catalog.
Architecture in transition
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Peter Noever ; assisted by Regina Haslinger ; introduction by Alois Martin Müller ; contributions by Coop Himmelblau ... [et al.] ; epilogue by Philip Johnson.|
|Contributions||Noever, Peter, 1941-., Haslinger, Regina., Coop Himmelblau.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||157 p. :|
|Number of Pages||157|
|ISBN 10||3791311360, 3791311166|
|ISBN 10||9783791311364, 9783791311166|
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This is a basic sketch of how we can bring Doxiadis' small scale humanistic geography into form in a global perspective. Although a bit dated (published late 60s), Architecture In Transition gets its title from the population boom of the time/5. Transition Architecture. A Transition Architecture provides a formal description of one state of an architecture that represents an architecturally significant point in time.
One or more Transition Architectures may be used to describe the progression in time from the Baseline to the Target Architecture. Architecture in Transition is a book with which many may disagree. It is not a textbook but a statement of a creed, not a collection of statistics but one man's personal point of view.
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This book attempts to provide a systematic answer to the questions which have been asked by my audiences, especially during the last few years of. Architecture as an act of social intervention is the concept of this project. Careful consideration of context and surrounding as well as community needs are the forces behind the creation of a building that is both a place of transition and interaction; a place that both philosophically and programmatically intends to enhance the life of the town's population by promoting social and Author: Lugo De Jesus, Mayte Nilda.
Architecture in Transition: Between Deconstruction and New Modernism (Architecture & Design) by Noever, This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings book has soft covers.
In fair condition, suitable as a study copy. Please note the Image in this listing is a stock photo and may not match the. OCLC Number: Description: pages illustrations, plans 21 cm. Contents: Architectural confusion --Epoch of transition --The causes of the crisis --Architects and architecture --New solutions for new problems --Return to a universal architecture --Laying the foundations --Out of the Title: Galaxy book, GB Responsibility: [by] Constantinos A.
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