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Noah's ark : essays on architecture

Author: Hubert Damisch; Anthony Vidler; Julie Rose
Publisher: Cambridge, Massachusetts : The MIT Press, [2016]
Series: Writing architecture.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Hubert Damisch; Anthony Vidler; Julie Rose
ISBN: 9780262528580 0262528584
OCLC Number: 923256371
Notes: Includes index.
Description: xix, 371 pages ; 21 cm.
Contents: Aujourd'hui, l'architecture --
The column, the wall --
Composing with painting --
Perrault's colonnade and the functions of the classical order --
The space between ; a structuralist approach to the Dictionnaire : Viollet-Le-Duc as a forerunner of structuralism --
From structuralism back to functionalism --
Leddux with Kant --
L'autre "ich," l'autriche --
Austria --
Ornament to the edge of indecency --
Against the slope : Le Corbusier's la tourette --
The slightest difference : Miles Van Der Rohe and the reconstruction of the Barcelona Pavilion --
Architecture and industry : Jean Prouvé, or the parti of the detail --
Architecture is ... --
Blotting out architecture? A fable in seven parts.
Series Title: Writing architecture.
Other Titles: Essays.
Responsibility: Hubert Damisch ; Edited and introduction by Anthony Vidler ; Translated by Julie Rose.

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