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Composition, non-composition : architecture and theory in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries

Author: Jacques Lucan
Publisher: Lausanne, Switzerland : EPFL Press ; Abingdon, Oxford : Routledge, c 2012.
Series: Essays in architecture.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jacques Lucan
ISBN: 9782940222377 2940222371 9780415641111 041564111X
OCLC Number: 809610740
Description: 601 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
Contents: Distribution, disposition, composition --
"Procedure to be followed in the composition of any project." --
Jean-Nicolas-Louis Durand --
Symmetrical suites and interior landscapes --
To compose an ensemble --
Compositional hierarchy and intelligibility --
The ateliers --
Les concours --
Architectural theory --
A theory of la piece --
Julien Guadet --
Implicit principles --
The end of the ecole des beaux-arts system --
The american deviation --
Systems of architecture --
The architectural organism --
Eugene Viollet-le-Duc --
Modern construction --
composition or growth --
Composition and juxtaposition --
Composition and picturesque --
Formal, informal --
Composition and parcours --
Auguste Choisy and the greek picturesque --
Convex space --
le corbusier and the free plan --
The enclosure breached --
space and time --
Painting and architecture --
le corbusier: in the defense of composition --
Collage and assemblage --
composition or construction --
Grid and neutrality --
Aggregative structures and the non-plan --
The room and beyond --
Louis I. Kahn --
Concacity and convexity, once again --
Formalism and linguistic paradigm --
Process and program versus composition --
Rem Koolhaas --
Operation versus composition --
unitary form and interdependence of elements.
Series Title: Essays in architecture.
Other Titles: Composition, non-composition.
Responsibility: Jacques Lucan.
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