Item Number: 114243
Title: Intervals in the Philosophy of Architecture
Author: Perez-Gomez, Alberto ; Stephen Parcell (eds)
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Description: Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, 2011. 23cm., pbk., 310pp. illus. Contents: Lawrence Bird "Lumen opacatum: Flesh in Fritz Lang's Metropolis," Lian Chang "On Fire and the Origins of Architecture," Jason Crow "The Sacred Stones of Saint-Denis," Donald Kunze "(Why No One Can Be) Against Sustainability: Traversing the Fantasy of Sustenance and the Topology of Desire," Mari Lending "Writing a Life from the Inside of a Drawing: Stendhal's Vie de Henry Brulard," Rachel McCann "Perceptual Unfolding in the Palace of Minos," Maria Elisa Navarro Morales "History as Storytelling in the Account of the Eleven Orders of Architecture According to Juan Caramuel de Lobkowitz,' Marc. J. Neveu "Prato della Valle, Reconsidered," P. Olshavsky "Situating Pataphysical Machines: A History of Architectural Machinations," Santiago de Orduña "The Tree, the Cross, and the Umbrella: Architecture and the Poetics of Sacrifice," J. Powers "Utopian Knowledge: Eidetics, Education, and the Machine," N. Roquet "Second Life: Identification, Parody, and Persona in William Burges's 'Vellum Sketchbook'," Hui Zou "Perspective Jing: The Depth of Architectural Representation in a European-Chinese Garden Encounter". (Chora, 6)
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