3 edition of new architecture of Europe. found in the catalog.
new architecture of Europe.
G. E. Kidder Smith
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Europe gave the world this new architecture. And Europe, with its manifold geographical, cultural, material, and national variations, has taken it to its most protean and significant heights. This book has been written for those who, not satisfied with viewing aged masterpieces only, would like to examine personally the provocative postwar.
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The new architecture of Europe by G. Kidder Smith,World Pub. edition, in EnglishCited by: 3. The book comes at a charged time, when supposedly western architecture is being mobilised by right-wing nationalist groups to bolster their idealised vision of a “pure” European identity.
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Modern architecture, or modernist architecture, was an architectural style based upon new and innovative technologies of construction, particularly the use of glass, steel, and reinforced concrete; the idea that form should follow function (functionalism); an embrace of minimalism; and a rejection of ornament.
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The aim of this series is to provide a basic source of reference on the general evolution of architectural style and taste in different areas of Europe.
One of a series of four books, this text surveys the architecture of Europe from BC to AD, covering the ancient Minoan, Greek, Etruscan, Roman and Byzantine civilizations, as well as /5. For over sixty years Sir Nikolaus Pevsner's study of European architecture has been regarded as a seminal work which has inspired countless students of architecture.
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If you need help telling Romanesque from Renaissance, take a look at this handy guide to some of Europe’s most iconic architecture. This book presents an historical overview of the Frankish realms in Central Europe during the Carolingian period. Against this background Part II of the book examines the cultural inventory deposited by the scribal culture in Central Europe as represented by manuscripts, crystals, ivories and gem encrusted liturgical art.
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