6 edition of War and Architecture (Pamphlet Architecture) found in the catalog.
December 1, 1997 by Princeton Architectural Press .
Written in English
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Yet the architecture of war has been largely ignored by historians even though it easily matches in importance the resources dedicated to it. As this deeply researched and marvelously entertaining book shows, military architecture in its various manifestations both reflected and influenced the course of warfare to a surprising by: 4.
The bridge was a symbol, and its destruction was a symbol, and is the abiding image of the Croatian war. In _The Destruction of Memory: Architecture at War_ (Reaktion Books), Robert Bevan quotes Croatian writer Slavenka Drakulic, who wonders, "Why do we feel more pain looking at the image of the destroyed bridge than the image of massacred people?"Cited by: War and Architecture book.
Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Pamphlet Architecture was begun in by William Stout and St /5(4). Crumbled shells of mosques in Iraq, the bombing of British cathedrals in World War II, War and Architecture book fall of the World Trade Center towers on September when architectural totems such as these are destroyed by conflicts and the ravages of war, more than mere buildings are at stake.
The Destruction of Memory reveals the extent to which a nation weds itself to its landscape; Robert Bevan argues that.
Paul Hirst was one was one of the most original thinkers of his generation. This book is being published post-humously after his tragic death in Written with verve and lucidity, it is a scholarly account of the various ways in which space is configured by power, and in which space becomes a resource for power.
Erudite and exciting, the book combines new and old theory in an. Architecture in Global Socialism by Łukasz Stanek review – a book that rewrites the cold war From eastern Europe to west Africa to the Middle East how cities in the developing world were Author: Owen Hatherley.
Australian residential architectural styles have evolved significantly over time, from the early days of structures made from relatively cheap and imported corrugated iron (which can still be seen in the roofing of historic homes) to more sophisticated styles borrowed from other countries, such as the Victorian War and Architecture book from the United Kingdom, the Georgian style from North America and Europe and.
A decimated Shiite shrine in Iraq. The smoking World Trade Center site. The scorched cityscape of Dresden. Among the most indelible scars left by war is the destroyed landscapes, and such architectural devastation damages far more than mere buildings.
Robert Bevan argues herethat shattered buildings are not merely “collateral damage,” but rather calculated acts of cultural annihilation. The Art of War is an ancient Chinese military treatise dating from the Late Spring and Autumn Period (roughly 5th century BC).
The work, which is attributed to the ancient Chinese military strategist Sun Tzu ("Master Sun", also spelled Sunzi), is composed of 13 chapters. Each one is devoted to an aspect of warfare and how it applies to military strategy and : (trad.) Sun Tzu.
Ordnance: War + Architecture & Space investigates how strategies of warfare occupy and alter built and other landscapes. Ranging across the modern period from the eighteenth century to the present day, the book presents a series of case-studies from the infrastructures of the battlefield to the logistics of the domestic o Ferrari.
"Architecture in Global Socialism is a major contribution. This is a brilliantly original book that fundamentally recasts our understanding of architecture in a worldwide frame. It will become a canonical reference point for scholars and students of postwar global architecture."—Neil Brenner, professor of urban theory, Harvard University.
The Architecture of the City / Aldo Rossi. The obligatory world-acclaimed book that proposes a critical reflection on the value of the collective memory in War and Architecture book architecture —of the city. Cold War and Architecture sheds new light on building activity in postwar Austria and its main protagonists.
For the first time, this book explores the architectural debates of the time in the context of the global political and cultural conflict of East versus West.
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Ordnance: War + Architecture & Space investigates how strategies of warfare occupy and alter built and other landscapes.
Ranging across the modern period from the eighteenth century to the present day, the book presents a series of case-studies which operate in and between a number of settings and scales, from the infrastructures of the battlefield to the logistics of the.
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Rowan Moore’s best architecture books of Books about building for peace in times of war are among the standout volumes of the last 12 months •.
Ordnance: War + Architecture & Space investigates how strategies of warfare occupy and alter built and other landscapes. Ranging across the modern period from the eighteenth century to the present day, the book presents a series of case-studies which operate in and between a number of settings and scales.
The term 'Brutalism' is used to describe a form of architecture that appeared, mainly in Europe, from around Uncompromisingly modern, this trend in architecture was both striking and arresting and, perhaps like no other style before or since, aroused extremes of emotion and debate.
Some regarded Brutalist buildings as monstrous soulless structures of concrete, steel and glass, whereas. Cold War and Architecture sheds new light on the building activity in postwar Austria and its main protagonists.
For the first time, this book explores the lines of architectural debates of the time in the context of the global political and cultural conflict of East vs.
West. Released earlier this year, Hopkins' book Lost Futures offers a closer look at 35 post-war buildings, including schools, libraries, offices, shopping centres and industrial spaces, as well as : Jessica Mairs.
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Following the example of other Army bases, the Presidio’s World War II-era buildings were based on standard plans designed for quick and inexpensive construction.
As evident in Main Post Build the plans called for very simple rectangular wood-frame buildings with exterior stairs at each end, horizontal wood siding, and asphalt-shingled roofs. On the other side, the book looks into the ways in which architecture and society deal with the traces left by warfare in cities and landscape.
The book was edited by architect Gary A. Boyd and by geographer Denis Linehan, both based at the University of Cork. The Culture Show – / Episode Lego – The Building Blocks of Architecture posited that Lego has changed the way we view architecture. Lego was created in Billung after World War II, when governments were looking to rebuild communities.
Town planning was a big subject then. Ranging from Cold War relics to more everyday typologies (such as water towers and churches) the book explores 32 illustrated examples of buildings that fit the category. Artwork by Peter Nencini perfectly complement’s Dean’s words in each chapter section, creating a fascinating visual Grand Tour of lesser known architectural marvels.
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It provides an insightful view of the specifics of the Kosvo conflict and the broader context needed in our attempts to understand the war in former Yugoslavia.". The convulsive years that followed World War II saw extraordinary changes in architecture and design. Yet for all of its exhilarating creativity, this era was also one of.
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How socialist architects, planners, and contractors worked collectively to urbanize and develop the Global South during the Soviet era. In the course of the Cold War, architects, planners, and construction companies from socialist Eastern Europe engaged in a vibrant collaboration with those in West Africa and the Middle East in order to bring modernization to the developing world.
This e-book presents a complete translation of Sun Tzu on the Art of War as penned by Dr. Lionel Giles from Great Britain. InDr. Lionel Giles, a staff member of the Department of Oriental Printed Books and Manuscripts at the British Museum in London, introduced theFile Size: 94KB.
Albert Speer, German architect who was Adolf Hitler’s chief architect (–45) and minister for armaments and war production (–45). After World War II, Speer was convicted of war crimes and crimes against humanity and sentenced to 20 years in prison.
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Exit-Architecture: Design Between War and Peace () by Stephan Trüby Springer Paperback, pages The notion that architects design spaces so they can be escaped from (Exit-Architecture) is an intriguing one, which architect and professor Steven Trüby from Karlsruhe, Germany theorizes in this provoking essay on war, stress and culture.