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The Architect

Author : Spiro Kostof
ISBN : 0520226046
Genre : Architecture
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The Architect traces the role of the profession across the centuries and in different cultures, showing the architect both as designer and as mediator between the client and the builder.

The Architect

Author : Francesca Hughes
ISBN : 0262581655
Genre : Architecture
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The Architect:Reconstructing Her Practice examines how the introduction of womentothe main body of architecture might bring about a reconstruction ofthe orders that pervadearchitectural production and consumption.

Architect

Author : Roger K. Lewis
ISBN : 0262621215
Genre : Architecture
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This revisededition of the best basic guide to the architectural profession includes new information pertinent to current education andpractice and addresses issues and concerns of great interest tostudents choosing among different types of programs, schools, firms,and architectural career paths.

Getting There By Design

Author : Kenneth Allinson
ISBN : 9780750626231
Genre : Architecture
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In Getting There by Design, Allinson equips designers with an understanding of project management. The book begins by discussing the nature and features of project management before looking at the fundamentals issues of planning and control.

Landmarks Of Russian Architect

Author : Brumfield
ISBN : 9781317973256
Genre : Architecture
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A comprehensive guide to Russian architecture, this volume is designed for students and other readers wishing to gain an understanding of the subject.

The Role Of The Architect In Society

Author : Peter G. Burgess
ISBN : UOM:39015025992267
Genre : Architects
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Space And The Architect

Author : Herman Hertzberger
ISBN : 9789064507335
Genre : Architecture
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The work of Herman Hertzberger is the subject of wide international esteem. 1991 first saw publication of Hertzberger's Lessons for Students in Architecture, an elaborated version of lectures he had given since 1973 at Delft University of Technology.This very successful book has gone through many reprints and has also been published in Japanese, German, Italian, Portuguese, Taiwanese, Dutch, Greek, Polish, Iranian, Korean and Chinese. Space and the Architect is the second book written by Hertzberger.It charts the backgrounds to his work of recent years and the ideas informing it, drawing on a wide spectrum of subjects and designs by artists, precursors, past masters and colleagues, though with his own work persistently present as a reference. Space is its principal theme, physical space but also the mental or intellectual regions the architect calls upon during the process of designing.

Architects To The Nation

Author : Antoinette J. Lee
ISBN : 019535186X
Genre : Architecture
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This unique book traces the evolution and accomplishments of the office that from 1852 until 1939 held a virtual monopoly over federal building design. Among its more memorable buildings are the Italianate U.S. Mint in Carson City, the huge granite pile of the State, War, and Navy Building in Washington, D.C., the towering U.S. Post Office in Nashville, New York City's neo-Renaissance customhouse, and such "restorations" as the ancient adobe Palace of the Governors in Santa Fe. In tracing the evolution of the Office and its creative output, Antoinette J. Lee evokes the nation's considerable efforts to achieve an appropriate civic architecture.

The Empress The Architect

Author : Dmitriĭ Olegovich Shvidkovskiĭ
ISBN : 9780300065640
Genre : Architecture
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In August 1779, Charles Cameron, a Scottish architect based in London, set sail for St. Petersburg. He had been summoned by Catherine the Great, Empress of Russia, to create a magnificent architectural setting for the splendours and extravagances of her court - most especially the two luxurious palace ensembles outside St. Petersburg at Tsarskoye Selo and Pavlovsk. His reputation prior to his arrival in Russia was based almost entirely on his authorship of a book on the baths of ancient Rome - he had built nothing as yet - but while serving as Architect to Her Imperial Majesty, Cameron was responsible for some of the most dazzling and original architectural creations of the eighteenth century. This book tells a fascinating story of enterprise, initiative, amazing patronage and very remarkable architectural achievements on a large scale, all of which took place within a unique historical and cultural context. Dimitri Shvidkovsky weaves together the intriguing, and still not completely documented biography of an enigmatic architect - possibly a Jacobite rebel and exile - and the life of the great Russian ruler, Catherine II. This is set against the backdrop of the rapidly developing influence of British culture on Russian society. Architects, park designers and gardeners from England and Scotland were to be found in every part of Russia by the end of the eighteenth and the beginning of the nineteenth century, helping to establish a particular form of design whose cultural impact was made all the more dramatic by its adoption and development by native Russian architects and designers. This book, ravishingly illustrated with views of the palaces and gardens of imperial Russia - many now destroyed - places Russian architecture and garden design of the neo-classical period within its European context for the first time, and explores the hitherto neglected connections between British and Russian architecture of the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. It offers a fascinating and original account of Russian culture in this period.

The Architect S Handbook Of Professional Practice

Author : American Institute of Architects
ISBN : 9781118174166
Genre : Architecture
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Architects must be proficient in a variety of business practices to contribute to, manage, or launch a successful firm. They are responsible for the same kind of legal, financial, marketing, management, and administrative activities as any other professional. Within these broad categories, however, there are many details, including professional standards and documents, that are unique to the profession of architecture.

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