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Precedents in Architecture: Analytic Diagrams, Formative Ideas, and Partis, 3rd Edition,9780471479741

Precedents in Architecture: Analytic Diagrams, Formative Ideas, and Partis, 3rd Edition

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3rd
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9780471479741

ISBN10:
0471479748
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Pub. Date:
11/1/2004
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WILEY
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Summary

A revision of the architectural classic on design analysis Precedents in Architecture, Third Edition provides a vocabulary for architectural analysis that illuminates the works of leading architects and aids architects and designers in creating their own designs. Thirty-one leading architects are represented in this updated Third Edition in examinations of more than 100 structures assessed through a diagrammatic technique that is applicable to any structure. This impressive collection includes sixteen new buildings and eight innovative architects distinguished by the strength, quality, and interest of their designs. Readers will find valuable guidance in analyzing architectural history as an evolutionary process by exploring the commonality of design ideas reflected in a broad range of structures by internationally renowned architects. Both novices and seasoned professionals will find Precedents in Architecture, Third Edition a very useful tool for enriching their design vocabulary and for the ongoing assessment of buildings found in today's evolving landscape.

Author Biography

ROGER H. CLARK, FAIA, is a professor of architecture at North Carolina State University, College of Design in Raleigh, North Carolina. He has received more than fifty design awards, publishes regularly in professional journals, and coauthored Kinetic Architecture.

MICHAEL PAUSE, PhD, is a professor of art and design at North Carolina State University, College of Design in Raleigh, North Carolina. He is a color and light, graphic, and residential design consultant.

Table of Contents

Prefaces v
Introduction xi
Analysis
1(216)
Alvar Aalto
8(8)
Tadao Ando
16(4)
Erik Gunnar Asplund
20(8)
Peter Q. Bohlin
28(8)
Mario Botta
36(8)
Filippo Brunelleschi
44(8)
Sverre Fehn
52(4)
Romaldo Giurgola
56(8)
Nicholas Hawksmoor
64(8)
Herzog & de Meuron
72(4)
Steven Holl
76(4)
Louis I. Kahn
80(8)
Le Corbusier
88(8)
Claude Nicholas Ledoux
96(8)
Sigurd Lewerentz
104(4)
Edwin Lutyens
108(8)
Richard Meier
116(8)
Rafael Moneo
124(4)
Charles Moore
128(8)
Glenn Murcutt
136(4)
Jean Nouvel
140(4)
Andrea Palladio
144(8)
Henry Hobson Richardson
152(8)
James Stirling
160(8)
Louis Sullivan
168(8)
Yoshio Taniguchi
176(4)
Giuseppe Terragni
180(8)
Ludwig Mies van der Rohe
188(8)
Robert Venturi
196(8)
Frank Lloyd Wright
204(8)
Peter Zumthor
212(5)
Formative Ideas
217(76)
Plan to Section or Elevation
232(7)
Unit to Whole
239(7)
Repetitive to Unique
246(6)
Additive and Subtractive
252(2)
Symmetry and Balance
254(6)
Geometry
260(14)
Configuration Patterns
274(10)
Progressions
284(4)
Reduction
288(5)
Index 293(1)
Index by Architect 293(8)
Index by Building 301


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