"Esta web utiliza cookies para facilitar la navegación por ella y para realizar análisis de su uso, incluida la elaboración de perfiles de navegación con fines publicitarios. Si continua navegando, consideramos que acepta su instalación. Para obtener información detallada sobre las cookies que utilizamos, incluyendo cómo configurar su navegador para rechazarlas, pulse aquí."

restauración

ficha técnica

ENSAYO ARQUITECTURA
TALK ABOUT CONTEMPORARY ARCHITECTURE
TALK ABOUT CONTEMPORARY ARCHITECTURE
2010
256
978-2-08-030131-4
ENGLISH
añadir a favoritos

sinopsis

The magazine-style design and straightforward text introduce the reader to the basics of architecture so they can gain everything they need to know in order to "talk about" this hot topic. Talk About Contemporary Architecture provides the general public with the keys to understanding architecture from the twentieth and twenty-first centuries, and simultaneously recalls the great edifices of earlier eras. The work is broken down into chapters that decipher a diverse range of essential concepts and answer the fundamental questions on the subject: What is contemporary architecture? When did it arise? What is its purpose? What are its newest innovations? Who are the leading architects and their most significant contributions? How can different styles be recognized? The answers to all of these questions are explained in clear and engaging text, guiding the reader to appreciate this art form that pervades all public spaces and is of universal interest. Designed as an accessible introduction, this work highlights thirty essential dates that changed the face of architecture, as well as the movers and shakers of the architecture world who have initiated and propelled movements ranging from minimalism to modernism to neo-classicism. The book is completed by a detailed chronology and a glossary of the essential vocabulary needed to talk about architecture.


*Todos nuestros productos incluyen el IVA, ampliar información


otros libros del autor

comentarios de los usuarios/usuarias