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ARCHITECTURE AS A SOCIAL CONTRACT By Melissa West
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"My Little Book of Theory" Architectural Theory - Lee Gray UNCC SoA
The Theory of High Speed Guns By
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This reprint of a 1965 NATO AGARDograph title is a monograph summarizing the gas dynamics of high-speed guns, utilizing a gas of low molecular weight at high temperature. Theory and test results are... More > presented. The reader is assumed to be an advanced student in engineering. The fundamental ideas and equations are fully developed. (325 pages) This is a most excellent text. Well laid out and very thorough. The presentation makes no assumptions and lays out all the details (no frustrating hand-waving here) Physics students, engineering students, serious hobbyist, practicing professionals-- you will learn alot from this text and enjoy it at the same time -- I sure did!< Less
EnCoding Architecture2013 By Liss C. Werner
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The architect is no longer an organizer of matter and space, but a designer of systems with multi-layered components and complex relationships. [EN]CODING ARCHITECTURE - THE BOOK was put together... More > after an international conference on the autonomy of architecture, code, fabrication, material morphology, robots, machinic desire and computation held at Carnegie Mellon University, School of Architecture in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, in February 2013. The event focused on novel developments in architecture and the role of the designer/architect in the age of code, beyond linear communication channels and a clear differentiation of disciplines, which has dominated the profession of architecture since the second industrial revolution. The event brought together rising superstars, experienced researchers and designers to present experimental work, and thoughts, derived through computational thinking and digital making.< Less
Emergent Design in Landscape Architecture By Matthew Biesecker
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An Exploration of the Juxtaposition of Landscape Architecture and the Theory of Emergence
Perspective Science - Theory and Application By Dhirgham Murran
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This book has new and unique theories and techniques in perspective drawing unknown in any other book on the shelf. The author tried to establish the simplest methods yet geometrically proven... More > techniques to draw precise perspective views. This book is divided into two parts, based on the viewing angle or so-called the tilt angle of the camera. Part one of the book is related to level vision (i.e. the camera is set level), which is the most popular in perspective drawing. Part two deals with the tilt angle of the camera to generate oblique perspective or so-called “Bird's and Worm's eye view”. There haven't been any perspective methods that involve a tilt angle to be preset prior to construct a perspective drawing. This book also includes a mathematical approach to establish simple vector equations to plot any 3D model based on x, y and z-coordinates. It also deals with the tilt angle of the camera to generate three- point perspective or so-called bird's and worm's eye view.< Less
Perspective Science - Theory and Application By Dhirgham Murran
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This book has new and unique theories and techniques in perspective drawing unknown in any other book on the shelf. The author tried to establish the simplest methods yet geometrically proven... More > techniques to draw precise perspective views. This book is divided into two parts, based on the viewing angle or so-called the tilt angle of the camera. Part one of the book is related to level vision (i.e. the camera is set level), which is the most popular in perspective drawing. Part two deals with the tilt angle of the camera to generate oblique perspective or so-called “Bird's and Worm's eye view”. There haven't been any perspective methods that involve a tilt angle to be preset prior to construct a perspective drawing. This book also includes a mathematical approach to establish simple vector equations to plot any 3D model based on x, y and z-coordinates. It also deals with the tilt angle of the camera to generate three- point perspective or so-called bird's and worm's eye view.< Less
Architecture rendez vous Art By Alexander Pilis
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Concordia University, MFA students published their works developed during the seminar course "Architecture rendez vous Art" taught by Alexander Pilis
Emerging Technologies: Cognitive Architecture By Terica Zakrzewski
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One of the main goals of a cognitive architecture is to summarize the various results of cognitive psychology in a comprehensive computer model. However, the results need to be in a formalized form... More > so far that they can be the basis of a computer program. The formalized models can be used to further refine a comprehensive theory of cognition, and more immediately, as a commercially usable model.< Less
The Paradox of Ornament in Modern Architecture By Douglas Seiler
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Inspired by a general dissatisfaction with the state of contemporary architecture and world affairs, this book explores the roots of contemporary Expressionistic buildings within the tradition of... More > Modern architecture. It follows the chronology of Nikolaus Pevsner’s The Sources of Modern Architecture and Design and examines the writing of the nineteenth century social reformer and art critic, John Ruskin. Its purpose is to contrast design theory, from Victorian England and early twentieth century Germany, with the present day, as a tool for understanding architecture’s place in an industrial world. The book’s foundation is research, funded by a grant from the Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts, regarding the design and construction of architectural ornament, in America, from 1870 to 1930.< Less
Colorways: A Color-Theory Informed, Landscape-Architectural Approach to a Linear Corridor Park By Ted Weber
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A Color-Theory Informed, Landscape-Architectural Approach to a Linear Corridor Park by Ted Weber is an exploration of how color theory can be applied to landscape architectural projects.

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