mostraligabue
» » New Stone Architecture

ePub New Stone Architecture download

by David Dernie

ePub New Stone Architecture download
Author:
David Dernie
ISBN13:
978-0071418317
ISBN:
0071418318
Language:
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill Education; 1 edition (November 19, 2003)
Category:
Subcategory:
Engineering
ePub file:
1819 kb
Fb2 file:
1677 kb
Other formats:
doc rtf lit mbr
Rating:
4.3
Votes:
388

New Stone Architecture Hardcover – October 2, 2003.

New Stone Architecture Hardcover – October 2, 2003. by. David Dernie (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. He is the author of Victor Horta (1995), The Villa d'Este at Tivoli (1996) and the forthcoming Architecture, Imagination and Material Culture.

New Stone Architecture book. Details (if other): Cancel.

New Stone Architecture. Laurence King Publishing, 10 Feb 2003. v. t. e. Church of Norway churches in the Søndre Aker deanery, Oslo, Norway.

New Stone Architecture. ISBN 9780071418317 (978-0-07-141831-7) Hardcover, McGraw-Hill Education, 2003

New Stone Architecture. ISBN 9780071418317 (978-0-07-141831-7) Hardcover, McGraw-Hill Education, 2003. Coauthors & Alternates.

In recent years contemporary architects have become obsessed with a variety of new materials, and above all stone. The limits and predictability of the modernist palette have long been recognized, and contemporary architects are now looking to the ancient values of stone to give new expression to their ideas. Above all it is the permanence of stone that is increasingly used to express a sense of civic stability, or ground the otherwise fluid forms of contemporary architecture.

Stone Architecture (pb) (Новая архитектура в камне) David Dernie: The limitations of the Modernist palette have long been recognized and contemporary architects are looking to the ancient values of stone to give new expression to their ideas

Stone Architecture (pb) (Новая архитектура в камне) David Dernie: The limitations of the Modernist palette have long been recognized and contemporary architects are looking to the ancient values of stone to give new expression to their ideas. Its permanence is increasingly used to express a sense of civic stability or ground the fluid forms of contemporary architecture. This paperback version of the book New Stone Architecture, originally published in 2003, explores the special role of stone in a timely reassessment of the ideas that underpin todays stone renaissance.

Director and Professor of Architecture. New Stone Architecture. London: Laurence King, 2009. MA Dip Arch (Cantab) Reg Arch (UK) ARB RIBA. Victor Horta, The Architect of Art Nouveau (with Alastair Carew-Cox, photographer). London: Thames and Hudson, 2018.

New Architecture Books. What others are saying. Booktopia has Victor Horta, The Architect of Art Nouveau by David Dernie. Mies van der Rohe : space, material, detail (Book, Booktopia has Victor Horta, The Architect of Art Nouveau by David Dernie. Victor Horta : the architect of art nouveau. David Chipperfield Architects has won planning permission to overhaul an iconic 16th-century building overlooking St Mark’s Square in Venice

New Stone Architecture. David Chipperfield Architects has won planning permission to overhaul an iconic 16th-century building overlooking St Mark’s Square in Venice. Pilbrow’s music studio expansion blocked over impact on Antony Gormley workshop. 28 August 2019Ella Jessel.

Here's the guide architects and building professionals need to meet the exploding demand for using stone in contemporary architecture and understand why stone is an attractive and practical option for new construction.

Magnificently illustrated with 300 illustrations (200 in beautiful full-color), the author covers every type of structure, including: * Residential * Religious * Civic * Commercial

Extensive case studies, primarily for structures built within the last decade, cover: * Plans and elevations * Creative ideas for using technological innovations to work with stone * How to select and work with stone in conjunction with light conditions, water, and other materials * The basics of cutting, surface treatment, and weathering * How to incorporate stone into natural or urban landscapes

With a vast array of stone from all over the world now readily available, there is no better guide to using it in today's structures than New Stone Architecture.