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  • Space, Hope and Brutalism by Elain Harwood - Yale University Press
    the research is thorough and she mostly avoids jargon Altogether it is an astonishing achievement David Kynaston Spectator This is a book for stylists hipsters and anyone with an enquiring mind as solid chunky an austerely beautiful as a slab of shuttered concrete Ruth Guilding Evening Standard Space Hope and Brutalism has done a job that needed doing and it s hard to see how it could have been done better Alan Powers Country Life In short the book is set to become a standard work of reference for any student of its subject a phenomenal corpus of information that is certain to inform ongoing debate the post war heritage deserves to be recorded and much of it needs Harwood s admirable championing Kenneth Powell Art Newspaper Elain Harwood s magisterial Space Hope Brutalism offers us a chance to recapture some of the excitement felt during modernism s high noon It also allows us to reconnect this architecture with the social projects of which it was a central part The book is enormous and comprehensive mirroring some of the megastructural scale and bloody minded ambition of its subject Buy this book and learn to appreciate our built inheritance from an extraordinary time in British history Otto Saumarez Smith Apollo Virtually every page is a visual delight and makes you fall in love again with buildings you already know or immediately want to visit buildings you don t know Eddy Rhead The Modernist outstanding on architectural family trees and provisional alliances The sixty pages of biographies at the end of the book are absolutely invaluable This book is a deflected history of that far off era before frivolity greed instant gratification and accessibility came to be venerated and became manifest in the garish boasts that rise all around us Jonathan Meades Literary Review More like this In this series Recently viewed titles prev next The Red Monastery Church Elizabeth S Bolman 55 00 Derbyshire Clare Hartwell 35 00 Warwickshire Chris Pickford 35 00 Architecture and Empire in Jamaica Louis Nelson 55 00 Apethorpe Kathryn A Morrison 60 00 The Genesis of Roman Architecture John North Hopkins 45 00 Palladio Virtuel Peter Eisenman 45 00 Design for Eternity Joanne Pillsbury 16 99 Art of Empire Michael Jones 50 00 Aberdeenshire Joseph Sharples 35 00 Chatter Karen Kice 12 99 Florence Richard J Goy 16 99 Aldo van Eyck Prof Robert McCarter 40 00 Aberdeenshire North and Moray David W Walker 35 00 Modernism and Landscape Architecture 1890 1940 Therese O Malley 50 00 Suffolk East James Bettley 35 00 Suffolk West James Bettley 35 00 Rediscovering Architecture Sigrid De Jong 50 00 The Modern Architecture Symposia 1962 1966 Rosemarie Haag Bletter 50 00 prev next John Singer Sargent Volume IX Richard Ormond 50 00 Apethorpe Kathryn A Morrison 60 00 On Display Erin Griffey 40 00 The Cobbe Cabinet of Curiosities Arthur MacGregor 75 00 Rediscovering Architecture Sigrid De Jong 50 00 The Marble Index Malcolm Baker 50 00 Durham Cathedral David

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  • Durham Cathedral by David Brown - Yale University Press
    is Wardlaw Professor of Theology Aesthetics and Culture at the University of St Andrews and was formerly a canon of Durham Cathedral and Van Mildert Professor of Divinity at Durham University The life as well as the liturgy of the cathedral is celebrated in photographs This is a story told by 30 contributors all witness to the pride of the place cathedrals retain in the community Marcus Binney The Times More like this In this series Recently viewed titles prev next The Red Monastery Church Elizabeth S Bolman 55 00 Churches Simon Bradley 12 99 Art of Empire Michael Jones 50 00 Make a Joyful Noise Gary M Radke 30 00 Worldly gurus and spiritual kings Tamara I Sears 50 00 The Ancestors of Christ Windows at Canterbury Cathedral Jeffrey Weaver 18 99 The Making of Assisi Donal Cooper 45 00 Imperial Gothic G A Bremner 50 00 Orsanmichele and the History and Preservation of the Civic Monument Carl Brandon Strehlke 50 00 Canterbury Cathedral Priory in the Age of Becket Peter Fergusson 50 00 The Eighteenth century Church in Britain Terry Friedman 60 00 The Synagogues of Britain and Ireland Sharman Kadish 45 00 The Architecture of the Scottish Medieval Church 1100 1560 Richard Fawcett 50 00 Constructing the Ineffable Karla Britton 35 00 The Rothko Chapel Dominique de Menil 18 00 Survey of London The Charterhouse Philip Temple 80 00 The California Missions Edna Kimbro 27 95 Ancient Churches of Ethiopia David W Phillipson 40 00 The Cave Church of Paul the Hermit William Lyster 45 00 prev next John Singer Sargent Volume IX Richard Ormond 50 00 Apethorpe Kathryn A Morrison 60 00 On Display Erin Griffey 40 00 Space Hope and Brutalism Elain Harwood 60 00 The Cobbe Cabinet of Curiosities Arthur MacGregor 75 00 Rediscovering

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  • Florence by Richard J. Goy - Yale University Press
    this compact yet comprehensive volume architect and architectural historian Richard J Goy offers a convenient accessible guide to the city s piazzas palazzos basilicas and other architectural points of interest as well as pertinent historical details regarding Florence s unique urban environment Clearly laid out and fully illustrated this handbook is designed around a series of expertly planned walking tours that encompass not only the city s most admired architectural sites but also its lesser known gems Maps are tailored to each walking tour and provide additional references and insights along with introductory chapters on the city s architectural history urban design and building materials and techniques Featuring a complete bibliography glossary of key terms and other useful reference materials Goy s guide will appeal both to travelers who desire a greater architectural context and analysis than that offered by a traditional guide and to return visitors looking to rediscover Florence s most enchanting sites Richard J Goy is a practicing architect based in London and has written several books on the architectural history of Venice More like this Recently viewed titles prev next The Red Monastery Church Elizabeth S Bolman 55 00 Derbyshire Clare Hartwell 35 00 Warwickshire Chris Pickford 35 00 Architecture and Empire in Jamaica Louis Nelson 55 00 Apethorpe Kathryn A Morrison 60 00 The Genesis of Roman Architecture John North Hopkins 45 00 Palladio Virtuel Peter Eisenman 45 00 Design for Eternity Joanne Pillsbury 16 99 Art of Empire Michael Jones 50 00 Aberdeenshire Joseph Sharples 35 00 Space Hope and Brutalism Elain Harwood 60 00 Chatter Karen Kice 12 99 Aldo van Eyck Prof Robert McCarter 40 00 Aberdeenshire North and Moray David W Walker 35 00 Modernism and Landscape Architecture 1890 1940 Therese O Malley 50 00 Suffolk East James Bettley 35 00

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  • Becoming an Architect in Renaissance Italy by Ann C. Huppert - Yale University Press
    shadow With Becoming an Architect in Renaissance Italy Ann C Huppert taps into a known but neglected resource Peruzzi s autograph drawings and reveals the full scope and artistic mastery of Peruzzi s work and its enduring influence Extraordinary not only in their beauty and design inventiveness but also in the varied representational techniques and practical mathematics noted within them Peruzzi s drawings record an evolving artistic process Reassessing his architectural masterworks Huppert also explores lesser known work his studies of Roman antiquity realized paintings and unrealized buildings as well as engineering projects Huppert shows that Peruzzi anticipated modern representational methods and scientific approaches in architecture and pinpoints the moment when architecture began to emerge as a profession distinct from the other arts Ann C Huppert is associate professor of architectural history in the Department of Architecture at the University of Washington in Seattle More like this Recently viewed titles prev next Roberto Burle Marx Claudia J Nahson 35 00 Palladio Virtuel Peter Eisenman 45 00 Speer Martin Kitchen 20 00 Rafael Moneo Francisco Gonzalez de Canales 25 00 Aldo van Eyck Prof Robert McCarter 40 00 Louis I Kahn in Conversation Jules David Prown 35 00 Hawaiian Modern Karla Britton 30 00 David Adjaye Zoe Ryan 35 00 The Writings of Josep Lluis Sert Eric Mumford 35 00 Kem Weber Designer and Architect Christopher Long 40 00 George Frederick Bodley the Later Gothic Revival in Britain and America Michael Hall 50 00 Shadow and Light Michael Webb 9 95 The Architecture of Paul Rudolph Timothy M Rohan 45 00 Lina Bo Bardi Zeuler Rocha Mello De Almeida Lima 40 00 Wunderkammer Tod Williams 20 00 The Houses of Louis Kahn George H Marcus 40 00 The Sheldonian Theatre Anthony Geraghty 35 00 William Kent Susan Weber 60 00 James

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  • David Adjaye by Zoe Ryan - Yale University Press
    Adjaye s National Museum of African American History and Culture on the National Mall in Washington D C Adjaye s completed work in the United States includes the Museum of Contemporary Art in Denver a pair of public libraries in D C and several private residences He is also known for his collaborations with artists most recently with the British painter Chris Ofili b 1968 Following an introduction by Zoe Ryan Adjaye writes on his current and future work with subsequent essays by an extraordinary cadre of architectural scholars on Adjaye s master plans and urban planning transnational architecture monuments and memorials and finally the forthcoming museum in D C Portfolios of Adjaye s work thread throughout this comprehensive volume More about this title For an interview with David Adjaye by David Ebony visit the YaleBooks blog Okwui Enwezor is director of Haus der Kunst Munich and director of the Visual Arts Sector of the 56th Venice Biennale Zoe Ryan is John H Bryan Chair and Curator of Architecture and Design at the Art Institute of Chicago Peter Allison is a London based writer and curator and editor of several publications on David Adjaye s work More like this Recently viewed titles prev next Roberto Burle Marx Claudia J Nahson 35 00 Palladio Virtuel Peter Eisenman 45 00 Speer Martin Kitchen 20 00 Rafael Moneo Francisco Gonzalez de Canales 25 00 Aldo van Eyck Prof Robert McCarter 40 00 Becoming an Architect in Renaissance Italy Ann C Huppert 50 00 Louis I Kahn in Conversation Jules David Prown 35 00 Hawaiian Modern Karla Britton 30 00 The Writings of Josep Lluis Sert Eric Mumford 35 00 Kem Weber Designer and Architect Christopher Long 40 00 George Frederick Bodley the Later Gothic Revival in Britain and America Michael Hall 50 00

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  • Rediscovering Architecture by Sigrid De Jong - Yale University Press
    as they influenced intellectual debates in England France and Italy during the long 18th century This unique study of the experience of architecture reconstructs Paestum s key role in the discourse on classical architecture and its historiography primitivism the sublime and the picturesque and the growing importance of science and history in architectural thought Sigrid de Jong is a postdoctoral researcher and lecturer at Leiden University More like this In this series Recently viewed titles prev next The Red Monastery Church Elizabeth S Bolman 55 00 Derbyshire Clare Hartwell 35 00 Warwickshire Chris Pickford 35 00 Architecture and Empire in Jamaica Louis Nelson 55 00 Apethorpe Kathryn A Morrison 60 00 The Genesis of Roman Architecture John North Hopkins 45 00 Palladio Virtuel Peter Eisenman 45 00 Design for Eternity Joanne Pillsbury 16 99 Art of Empire Michael Jones 50 00 Aberdeenshire Joseph Sharples 35 00 Space Hope and Brutalism Elain Harwood 60 00 Chatter Karen Kice 12 99 Florence Richard J Goy 16 99 Aldo van Eyck Prof Robert McCarter 40 00 Aberdeenshire North and Moray David W Walker 35 00 Modernism and Landscape Architecture 1890 1940 Therese O Malley 50 00 Suffolk East James Bettley 35 00 Suffolk West James Bettley 35 00 The Modern Architecture Symposia 1962 1966 Rosemarie Haag Bletter 50 00 prev next John Singer Sargent Volume IX Richard Ormond 50 00 Apethorpe Kathryn A Morrison 60 00 On Display Erin Griffey 40 00 Space Hope and Brutalism Elain Harwood 60 00 The Cobbe Cabinet of Curiosities Arthur MacGregor 75 00 The Marble Index Malcolm Baker 50 00 Durham Cathedral David Brown 75 00 Gothic Wonder Paul Binski 40 00 George Frederick Bodley the Later Gothic Revival in Britain and America Michael Hall 50 00 Robert Dudley Earl of Leicester and the World of Elizabethan

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  • George Frederick Bodley & the Later Gothic Revival in Britain and America by Michael Hall - Yale University Press
    book it is certainly the surprise of the year Brian Sewell Evening Standard This then is indisputably the standard work on its subject not just Bodley but also the late 19th century Gothic Revival that he was so instrumental in shaping Architectural historians will love it It should also be read and read with enjoyment by anyone interested in the people who built some of our most intriguing churches Rev Dr William Whyte Church Times This book is a wonderful tribute to an unerring talent of the Victorian age who also played a part in the grandest architecture of the new century Marcus Binney the Times Michael Hall weighs in for the defence with a biography that could not be bettered the result of years of research and visiting and analysing Bodley s buildings He discusses them in prose that calls for concentration but always rewards it and presents them by means of illustrations that exactly make the point he wants them to make Mark Girouad Apollo There is much here to enjoy not least the excellent illustrations including splendid new photographs by Geoff Brandwood and the sheer aesthetic delights of the book itself James Bettley Victorian Society Let the impartial reader be assured this book is a masterpiece and one that deserves close reading Hall s Bodley does more than reaffirm its subject s stature as among the great British architects it raises the whole topic of Victorian church architecture to a higher plane of interpretation Andrew Saint Burlington Bodley the architect and the man is well served by this ground breaking monograph Kenneth Powell the Art Newspaper The reader has been taken on an epic journey which contains not only the career of Bodley but a great deal more the book is extremely rich in illustrations and a thorough index All in all this is a remarkable book to which it is impossible to do justice in a review Peter Faulkner Journal of the William Morris Society This is biography of the best and broadest kind A brief review cannot do justice to the extraordinary richness of detail Hall provides One hope subsequent scholarship will follow Hall s model itself analogous to Bodley s own a refined yet dynamic synthesis of details revealing society s desire for beautiful architecture Mary Schoeser William Shipley Group for RSA History One of the finest monographs on any English architect produced in a very long time All lovers of the architecture of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries would be remiss in not having Mr Hall s book on their shelves Evan McWilliams Sacred Architecture George Frederick Bodley and the Later Gothic Revival in Britain and America may be considered one of the finest monographs on any English architect produced in a very long time All lovers of the architecture of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries would be remiss in not having Mr Hall s book on their shelves Evan McWilliams Sacred Architecture More like this In this series

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  • Aldo van Eyck by Prof. Robert McCarter - Yale University Press
    year career since his death guiding readers through the architect s buildings and unrealized projects with a focus on the interior spatial experience and on the design and construction processes Highlighted projects include the Amsterdam Orphanage the Roman Catholic Church in The Hague and some of the hundreds of playgrounds he famously designed over the course of his career McCarter also investigates how van Eyck s writings and lectures convey the importance of architecture in the everyday lives of people around the world and throughout history By presenting his design work together with the principles on which it was founded McCarter illuminates van Eyck s ethical interpretation of architecture s place in the world Robert McCarter is the Ruth and Norman Moore Professor of Architecture Sam Fox School of Design Visual Arts Washington University in St Louis An Architectural Record 2015 Gift Guide selection A well written highly accessible overview on the work of a major figure McCarter clearly knows his craft Eeva Liisa Pelkonen Yale University More like this Recently viewed titles prev next Roberto Burle Marx Claudia J Nahson 35 00 Palladio Virtuel Peter Eisenman 45 00 Speer Martin Kitchen 20 00 Rafael Moneo Francisco Gonzalez de Canales 25 00 Becoming an Architect in Renaissance Italy Ann C Huppert 50 00 Louis I Kahn in Conversation Jules David Prown 35 00 Hawaiian Modern Karla Britton 30 00 David Adjaye Zoe Ryan 35 00 The Writings of Josep Lluis Sert Eric Mumford 35 00 Kem Weber Designer and Architect Christopher Long 40 00 George Frederick Bodley the Later Gothic Revival in Britain and America Michael Hall 50 00 Shadow and Light Michael Webb 9 95 The Architecture of Paul Rudolph Timothy M Rohan 45 00 Lina Bo Bardi Zeuler Rocha Mello De Almeida Lima 40 00 Wunderkammer Tod Williams

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