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What is architecture? / edited by Andrew Ballantyne.

Contributor(s): Ballantyne, Andrew.
Publisher: London : Routledge, 2002Description: xii, 206 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.ISBN: 0415256275 (pbk).Subject(s): Architecture -- PhilosophyDDC classification: 720
Contents:
Contributors - Acknowledgements - Introduction - Commentary: Andrew Ballantyne, The Nest and the Pillar of Fire - 1. Architectural principles in an age of Nihilism - 2. The Architecture of Deceit - 3. Spatial Storie - 4. The dark side of the Domus - 5. The metaphysics of housework: Patricia Gruben's The central character - 6. 'Hi honey, I'm home': Weary businessmen and the formulation of a serenely modern aesthetic - 7. From Techne to Tectonics - 8. Botticher, Semper and the Tectonic: Core form and art form - 9. The dislocation of the Architectureal self - 10. The pleasure of Architecture - Bibliography - Index.
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Main Collection Taylor's Library-TU
720 WHA (Browse shelf) 1 Available SABDx,27000,03,GR 1001003105

Includes bibliographical references (p. 184-202) and index.

Contributors - Acknowledgements - Introduction - Commentary: Andrew Ballantyne, The Nest and the Pillar of Fire - 1. Architectural principles in an age of Nihilism - 2. The Architecture of Deceit - 3. Spatial Storie - 4. The dark side of the Domus - 5. The metaphysics of housework: Patricia Gruben's The central character - 6. 'Hi honey, I'm home': Weary businessmen and the formulation of a serenely modern aesthetic - 7. From Techne to Tectonics - 8. Botticher, Semper and the Tectonic: Core form and art form - 9. The dislocation of the Architectureal self - 10. The pleasure of Architecture - Bibliography - Index.