Facade: A Decade of British and American Commercial Architecture, 1929-39 download epub
by Tony Mackertich,Peter Mackertich
Mackertich, Peter; Mackertich, Tony.
Mackertich, Peter; Mackertich, Tony.
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ISBN13: 9780883730621. Release Date: January 1976.
Over the last 30 years, brothers Peter and Tony Mackertich have travelled the western world seeking out buildings .
Over the last 30 years, brothers Peter and Tony Mackertich have travelled the western world seeking out buildings which are inspiring, innovative, and show a touch of humour. Their stunning colour photographs bear witness to the fact that it is possible to make legitimate architecture whilst still retaining a smile. Boldly juxtaposing 'high' architecture with less recognised structures, the book traces the development of the spirit of fun in 20th-century building design. Buildings featured include. Einstein Tower, Potsdam, Germany (Erich Mendelsohn, 1919-24
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Facade: A Decade of British and American Commercial Architecture. Mackertich, Tony and Peter ; photography by Peter Mackertich ; with an introduction by Bevis Hillier. Published by Mathews Miller Dunbar, London (1976). ISBN 10: 0903811200 ISBN 13: 9780903811200. About this Item: London: Octopus Books (1986), 1986. colour and black and white illustrations, Original cloth (Hardback) in dust jacket, Very Good/Good, dust jacket surface a bit scuffed, 2 cm. closed tear to rear fold. ISBN: 0 706 42840 4, 9780 706 42840 7, Weight: 1080g. Seller Inventory DQAY.
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American Georgian architecture encompassed three distinct styles: (1) .
American Georgian architecture encompassed three distinct styles: (1) The Baroque idiom of Sir Christopher Wren (1632-1723) and his followers. Revivalist Greek architecture involved closer adherence to the values and stylistic models of Greek art (. 50-27 BCE). Unlike in Europe, where Modernism emerged during the first decade of the 20th-century, modernist American architecture only appeared in the mid-to-late 1920s, because America relied much more heavily on historical models than Europe, whose avant-garde art movement was altogether stronger. See, for instance, the impact of the Armory Show of European modernism.
Category: Arts & Photography
Publisher: Mathews,Miller,Dunbar; First Edition edition (April 1976)
Pages: 84 pages