Modern architectural design Robertson, HowardMaterial type: TextLanguage: English Publication details: 1955 Architectural Press LondonDescription: 228 p.: IllustrationsSubject(s): DDC classification:
- 729 ROB (1955)
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The book is not a plea for the so-called modern movement but is a penetrating and constructive analysis of the design problems which face the practsing architect and the students. Author combines theory and experience gained from the practice in a lively and stimulating discussion of contemporary problems of planning, structure , material and decoration. He shows successful architecural design, good building, to be outcome of logical method supported by certain acknowledged principlesl and he lays emphasis on those contributions made by contemporary architects which leads towards a more imaginative use of space and form. His text is illustrated with photographs and drawings of the most interesting modern buildings in Europe and America,,
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