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Before and after the end of time : architecture and the year 1000

Author: Christine Smith; James S Ackerman; Harvard University. Department of Architecture.; Fogg Art Museum.
Publisher: New York, NY : Harvard Design School in association with George Braziller, ©2000.
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Genre/Form: Ausstellung
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Before and after the end of time.
New York, NY : Harvard Design School in association with George Braziller, ©2000
(OCoLC)606914089
Online version:
Before and after the end of time.
New York, NY : Harvard Design School in association with George Braziller, ©2000
(OCoLC)631892026
Named Person: H H Richardson; H H Richardson
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Christine Smith; James S Ackerman; Harvard University. Department of Architecture.; Fogg Art Museum.
ISBN: 0807614939 9780807614938
OCLC Number: 45893526
Notes: "This is the first volume of a series of publications related to the program Millennium Matters, sponsored by the Department of Architecture, Harvard Design School."
Publication associated with the exhibition held at the Fogg Art Museum (Harvard University).
Description: xiv, 106 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 24 cm
Contents: Before and after the end of time / Christine Smith --
The human architect and architecture made by human hands / Christine Smith --
The divine architect and the Heavenly Jerusalem / Christine Smith --
The stones of the Heavenly Jerusalem / Hunter Ford Tura --
Observations on architectural photography / James Ackerman --
The installation : a question of meaning and representation / Marco Steinberg --
On the study of early medieval art at Harvard / James Ackerman.
Other Titles: Architecture and the year 1000
Responsibility: Christine Smith with James Ackerman [and others].

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