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ARCHITECTURAL THEORY By ARCH560 FALL2012
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A collection of students work regarding architectural theory
philosophical confusion: my architectural theory By Allen Pratt
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Architecture Theory Class Final Project Fall 2010 UNC Charlotte School of Architecture
Architectural Theory 560 Spring 2008 By Chris Angelle
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University of Louisiana at Lafayette Spring 2008 Architectural Theory Class
Architectural Theory 560 Spring 2008 By Chris Angelle
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University of Louisiana at Lafayette Spring 2008 Architectural Theory Class
Theoretical Encounters - Explorations in Architectural Theory By Srdjan Jovanovic Weiss, Ed.
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Theoretical Encounters documents an intensive writing seminar in architectural theory conducted at Tyler School of Art, Temple University in the Spring of 2009. During the seminar with Srdjan... More > Jovanovic Weiss, the 4th year undergraduate students at Tyler’s Architecture Program, explored the possibility of constructing fictional conversations between a selection of architects and thinkers influencing contemporary spatial practices. None of the encounters in this book ever took place nor will they most likely ever do. In order to highlight the fictional nature of the encounters the student writers were asked to inhabit popular writing genres with the emerging knowledge of their spatial and theoretical explorations.< Less
theory as architecture, 2nd edition. By Peter Ganick
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this is a text that is 1] a discourse about architecture in language as exemplified by its structure, 2] a theoretical text concerning the free-flow of language, and 3] a chance for the reader to... More > take an active role in processing the text. what can the reader expect? a chance to increase contextual-mindstylism therefore reflected-insight.< Less
theory as architecture, 2nd edition. By Peter Ganick
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this is a text that is 1] a discourse about architecture in language as exemplified by its structure, 2] a theoretical text concerning the free-flow of language, and 3] a chance for the reader to... More > take an active role in processing the text. what can the reader expect? a chance to increase contextual-mindstylism therefore reflected-insight.< Less
Theory as Architecture : 2nd Edition. By Peter Ganick
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This is a text that is 1] a discourse about architecture in language as exemplified by its structure, 2] a theoretical text concerning the free-flow of language, and 3] a chance for the reader to... More > take an active role in processing the text. What can the reader expect? a chance to increase contextual-mindstylism therefore reflected-insight.< Less
Timeless Classical: A Classical Contemporary Architectural Theory By Julius Richardson
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Vitruvius was absolutely correct. Good architecture must contain the principles of commodity, firmness, and delight. Commodity and firmness are simple enough to understand. The first states that a... More > work of architecture must fulfill its function, whether it is a library, museum, church, school, etc. If architecture does not function it becomes large-scale sculpture. The firmness principle, even more simple, states that architecture must have structural integrity. If a building cannot stand, then it cannot be architecture. Delight is a harder to define. There are two types of beauty (delight) in Architecture. The first is tangible and comes from high quality materials and fine craftsmanship. The second type of beauty comes from the deeper meaning that the architecture embodies. This deeper meaning comes from the ideas and ideals the architect is trying to express in and through the architecture. If a building can integrate commodity, firmness, and delight, then it is good architecture.< Less
Timeless Classical: A Classical Contemporary Architectural Theory By Julius Richardson
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Vitruvius was absolutely correct. Good architecture must contain the principles of commodity, firmness, and delight. Commodity and firmness are simple enough to understand. The first states that a... More > work of architecture must fulfill its function, whether it is a library, museum, church, school, etc. If architecture does not function it becomes large-scale sculpture. The firmness principle, even more simple, states that architecture must have structural integrity. If a building cannot stand, then it cannot be architecture. Delight is a harder to define. There are two types of beauty (delight) in Architecture. The first is tangible and comes from high quality materials and fine craftsmanship. The second type of beauty comes from the deeper meaning that the architecture embodies. This deeper meaning comes from the ideas and ideals the architect is trying to express in and through the architecture. If a building can integrate commodity, firmness, and delight, then it is good architecture.< Less

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