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If someone asked me to recommend one book to read about architecture, this would be it. As I sit reading his rather theoretical explanation, I raise my eyes from the book and gaze about the room. May 10, Lee Lee added it. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Widely regarded as a classic in the field, Experiencing Architecture explores the history and promise of good design. Say, most people are able to discern between the lighting of a museum and that of a church.
The view has only one direction and what is behind stsen observer plays no steen in it. And to experience architecture, you must be aware of all of these elements. I didn’t learn anything groundbreaking I didn’t learn much at allbut the few gems were worth it.
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Mar 05, Marie rated it really liked it. It was apparently a kind of football but they also utilized the wall in the game, as in squash — a curved wall, which they played against with great virtuosity.
Peter’s basilica in Rome, to the haunting and sinister Palazzetto Zuccari also in Rometo the ultramodern Johnson Wax Company building in Racine, Wisconsin by Frank Lloyd Wright, and the very modern study in open spaces found in the Copenhagen Police Headquarters one of my personal favorites.
This would be a useful guide to architects, and is the single best introduction to historical architectural style that I have yet found.
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The book itself is pretty good, I’m just a bit disappointed with the condition that it arrived in. Create lists, bibliographies and reviews: It gets a bit dense at times, but is worth it. Mimarlikla ilgili hicbir sey bilmiyorum o yuzden bu kitap bana zor geldi.
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Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life. A must read for designers. That being said, this classic is obviously far from being without value even as a text.
Which I think was a shame because I could have learned so much from it.
Experiencing Architecture — danish design review
Remember me on this computer. Originally published in Denmark inand therefore lacking some of the more contemporary and postmodern design trends, this is an invaluable analysis of primarily European design through the mid twentieth century.
I did enjoy this little volume, and will be content to have it sit among the other books on architecture on my shelves, but almost more for the crisp yet creamy black-and-white photos of walnut chairs, teacups, bricksfor the silken sheen of the paper they have been printed on, and for the lovely library smell of the book, than for the text itself, which in a number of ways has not stood the test of time as well as one might have wished.
The individual was in fruitful contact with these things; the anonymous houses were built with a natural feeling for place, materials and use and the result was a remarkably suitable comeliness.
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The author writes in a casual style which makes it very easy to follow along, rasjussen also means he makes several unsupported claims it is a “well known fact” that seeing riding boots produces a sense of honor and royalty in the viewer, and that tennis rackets produce feelings of vitality. Share your thoughts with other customers.
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