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The Resource Masters of the Structural Aesthetic

Masters of the Structural Aesthetic

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Masters of the Structural Aesthetic
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Masters of the Structural Aesthetic
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non fiction
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Masters of the Structural Aesthetic
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Masters of the Structural Aesthetic
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online resource
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multicolored
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text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Preface -- Keywords -- References -- Acknowledgements -- Contents -- Chapter 1: Introduction -- References -- Online -- Chapter 2: Elemental Determinants -- 2.1 Aesthetic Appreciation and Symbolism -- 2.2 Context and Sense of Place -- 2.3 Patronage and Ethics -- 2.3.1 Historical Eras -- 2.3.2 Modern Era -- 2.4 Religion and Secular Practices -- 2.4.1 Greek and Roman -- 2.4.2 Gothic -- 2.4.3 Renaissance -- 2.4.4 Modern Era -- 2.4.5 The Avant-garde -- 2.5 Materials, Methods and Resources -- 2.6 Nature, Biomimicry and Biomimetics -- 2.7 Fractal Geometry -- 2.8 Thematic Transformation -- 2.9 Parametricism -- 2.10 Future Paradigms -- 2.10.1 Artificial Intelligence -- 2.10.2 New Materials -- 2.10.3 Computer Aids -- 2.10.4 Cyberspace and Architecture -- References -- References 2.1 -- Online -- References 2.2 -- References 2.3 -- Online -- References 2.4 -- Online -- References 2.5 -- Online -- References 2.6 -- Online -- References 2.7 -- References 2.8 -- Online -- References 2.9 -- References 2.10 -- Online -- Chapter 3: The Masters and Their Structures -- 3.1 Roman Builders (2 BCE-4 CE): The Pantheon, Rome -- 3.2 Gothic Masons (1300-1500): Chartres Cathedral, France -- 3.3 Filippo Brunelleschi (1377-1446): Santa Maria del Fiore, Florence, Italy -- 3.4 Antoni Gaudi (1852-1926): La Sagrada Famila, Barcelona, Spain -- 3.5 Le Corbusier (1887-1965): Chapel of Notre Dame du Haut, Ronchamp, France -- 3.6 Pier Luigi Nervi (1891-1979): Exhibition Hall B, Turin, Italy -- 3.7 Oscar Niemeyer (1907-2012): National Congress Centre, Brasilia, Argentine -- 3.8 Jörn Utzon (1918-2008): Sydney Opera House, Australia -- 3.9 Frei Otto (1925-2015): Munich Olympic Stadium 1972 -- 3.10 Zaha Hadid (1950-2016): Heydar Aliyev Centre, Baku, Azerbaiyan -- References -- References 3.1 -- Online -- References 3.2 -- Online -- References 3.3 -- Online -- References 3.4 -- Online
  • References 3.5 -- Online -- References 3.6 -- Online -- References 3.7 -- Online -- References 3.8 -- Online -- References 3.9 -- Online -- References 3.10 -- Online -- Chapter 4: Comparative Structural Methods -- 4.1 Santa Maria del Fiore, Florence (Il Duomo) Filippo Brunelleschi -- 4.2 La Sagrada Familia, Barcelona: Antoni Gaudi -- 4.3 Palazzetto della Sport, Rome: Pier Luigi Nervi -- 4.3.1 Turin Exhibition Hall C -- 4.3.2 Palace of Sport, Rome -- 4.3.3 Stadium Flaminio, Rome -- References -- References 4.1 -- Online -- References 4.2 -- References 4.3 -- Afterword -- References -- Notes: On Ferro-cement: Its Characteristics and Potentialities -- Index
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