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Sanford Kwinter from FFE: Le Trahison des Clercs and other Travesties of the Modern Kenneth Frampton from Seven Points for the Millennium: An Untimely Manifesto It is a critically conceived resource of great value, an indispensable source to professors and students of architecture and professionals interested in architectural theory.
Volume II – An Anthology from to Added to Your Shopping Cart. Description This second volume of the landmark Architectural Theory anthology surveys the development of architectural theory from the Franco-Prussian war of until the end of the twentieth century.
The vplume two volume anthology follows the full range of architectural literature from classical times to present transformations. An Anthology from Vitruvius tocreates a stunning overview of architectural theory from early antiquity to the twenty-first century.
His book Gottfried Semper: He is also the author of Modern Architectural Theory — and the editor of Architectural Theory: An Anthology From Vitruvius to Blackwell, Table of contents Reviews Features Acknowledgements.
John Ruskin from Fors Clavigera Christopher Dresser from Studies in Design Richard Redgrave from Manual of Design Christopher Dresser from 22 Its Architecture, Art, and Art Manufacturers Oscar Wilde from Art and the Handicraftsman Mackmurdo from Arbitrary Conditions of Art William Morris from The Revival of Architecture Sedding from Design ?
Charles Rennie Mackintosh from Architecture Jakob Falke from Art in the House Robert Dohme from Architeectural English House Joris-Karl Huysmans from Against Nature Samuel Bing from Artistic Japan Reforms in the United States.
Architectural Theory: Volume II – An Anthology from to by Harry Francis Mallgrave
Clarence Cook from House Beautiful Friedrich Baumann from Thoughts on Architecture Louis Sullivan from Ornament in Architecture Conceptual Underpinnings of German Modernism: Space, Form, and Realism. Josef Bayer from Style Crisis of our Time The Formation of the Modern Movement: The Wagner School golume the German Werkbund.
Max Fabiani from Out of the Wagner School Julius Lessing from New Paths Richard Streiter from Out of Munich Otto Wagner from Modern Architecture Richard Streiter from Contemporary Architectural Questions Fritz Schumacher from Style and Fashion Thfory Loos from Potemkin City Adolf Loos from Ornament and Crime Joseph August Lux from Engineer Aesthetic Peter Behrens architecturl Art and Technology Berlage from Architecture and Impressionism Ebenezer Howard from To-morrow: A Peaceful Path to Real Reform Henry van de Mallgave from The New Ornament Henry van de Velde archltectural Clarification of Principles Hendrik Berlage from Thoughts on Style Hendrik Berlage from Foundations and Development of Architecture Antonio Sant’ Elia from the Messaggio Tont Garnier from An Industrial City Denkmar Adler from Function and Environment Gustav Stickley from The Craftsman Louis Sullivan from What is Architecture?
Gustav Stickley from Craftsman Homes Daniel Burnham from Plan for Chicago Irving Gill from The Home of the Future: The New Architecture of the West Claude Bragdon from Architecture and Democracy Pond from Zoning and the Architecture of High Buildings Hugh Ferris from The New Architecture Chicago Tribune Announcement of an Architectural Competition Lewis Mumford from Sticks and Stones Hugh Ferriss from The Metropolis of Tomorrow Buckminster Fuller from The Dymaxiom Architectura, Henry-Russell Hitchcock from Modern Architecture Lenin from The State and Revolution Alexander Rodchenko from Slogans Aleksei Gan from Constructivism Moisei Ginzburg from Style and Epoch El Lissitzky from Element and Invention De Stijl and Purism.
Theo van Doesburg et al from Manifesto 1 Le Corbusier from Toward an Architecture Le Cobusier from Toward an Architecture Theo van Doesburg from Aarchitectural Plastic Architecture