6 edition of The modern language of architecture found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Bruno Zevi.|
|Contributions||Zevi, Bruno, 1918-|
|LC Classifications||NA31 .Z48213 1978b|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 241 p. :|
|Number of Pages||241|
|LC Control Number||79305916|
No Jacket. 2 books -- The Language of Post-Modern Architecture. Charles Jencks. Rizzoli. p. oversized trade paperback, covers bumped/scuffed, binding tight, text clean/unmarked, owner name stamps title page + Architecture Predictions and Methods. We’ve rounded up 17 of the year’s best books about architecture and design—from the engaging textbook-style tome to the heavy-on-the-pictures monograph and many other genres in between.
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Frank Lloyd Wright called Bruno Zevi ”the most penetrating architectural critic of our time,” and one could ask for no better proof than Zevi's masterpiece, The Modern Language of it, Zevi sets forth seven principles, or ”antirules,” to codify the new language of architecture created by Le Corbusier, Gropius, Mies van der Rohe, and by: the 7 invariables which Zevi outlines in this book are compelling and from my perspective a good start at defining a modern vocabulary for architects.
there's much more to add, since this was published inbut it's a great start. just excuse Zevi for his sometimes ridiculous tirades (at one point he makes a case that symmetry, homogeneity, and homosexuality are all tied 4/5.
If you enjoy modern residential architecture, you will love Steve Huyton's book Modern Masters: Contemporary Architecture from Around the World. I love these houses. They rate over the top on the "cool" factor, are very photogenic, and stretch the perception of what a home should look like.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Translated from the author's Il linguaggio moderno dell'architettura, and Architettura e storiografia. Vitruvius - Wikipedia. "Frank Lloyd Wright called Bruno Zevi "the most penetrating architectural critic of our time," and The modern language of architecture book could ask for no better proof than Zevi's masterpiece, The Modern Language of Architecture.
The Modern Language of Architecture is one of Zevi’s most significant publications. In this book Zevi sets forth seven principles or “antirules” to codify the language of architecture created by Le Corbusier, Gropius, Mies van der Rohe, and Wright.
In place of the classical language of the Beaux Art school, with its focus on abstract Alma mater: University of Rome, Harvard Graduate. The Modern Language of Architecture by Bruno Zevi, whom Frank Lloyd Wright called "the most penetrating architectural critic of our time," should be read by anyone with an interest in designing, constructing, buying, selling, looking at, or Cited by: A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.
"On the contrary, it. One of the most complete and relevant books on modern architecture, find this book on any typical architecture reading lists, but that doesn't make it any less essential.
/best. The book presents what the authors call a pattern language. patterns, forming the language, are given consisting of a problem statement, a discussion of the problem with an illustration, and a solution.
Altogether, the pattern language seeks to enable anyone to create a design for any kind of structure or aspect of the built environment. The author's purpose is to set out as simply and vividly as possible the exact grammatical workings of an architectural language. Classical architecture is a visual "language" and like any other language has its own grammatical rules.
Classical buildings as widely spaced in time as a Roman temple, an Italian Renaissance palace and a Regency house all show an awareness. A classic account which, when written inwas the first to define post-modernism in architecture, an event which led to subsequent adoption of the term in many other fields.
It is the story of the failure of modern architecture to communicate with its users and the attempt of post-modernists to overcome this failure with a richer, more widely shared language--post-modern.
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Frank Lloyd Wright called Bruno Zevi ”the most penetrating architectural critic of our time,” and one could ask for no better proof than Zevi's masterpiece, The Modern Language of Architecture. In it, Zevi sets forth seven principles, or ”antirules,” to codify the new language of architecture created by Le Corbusier, Gropius, Mies van der Rohe, and Wright.
The 'modern look' means simplicity in form and design. Modern architecture is based on abstraction, which is created by clean lines, basic shapes, and forms.
Thus, simple, plain, geometric forms. In the second of a new series in which we answer your book queries, our expert suggests architecture books for beginners Rowan Moore Sun 28 Jan EST Last modified on Wed 21 Mar In giving form and coherence to modern architecture, Le Corbusier's book Vers une architecture (, tr.
) played an important role, as did the writings of the Dutch architect J. Oud and the German architect Walter Gropius, who also headed the Bauhaus in Dessau.
Find The Language Of Post-Modern Architecture by Jencks, Charles at Biblio. Combining a theoretical treatment of the architectural language with a record of the Post-Modern movement at six different stages in its history, this book defines Post-Modernism in architecture.
The buildings of Robert Venturi and Michael Graves, among others, are."The Language of Post-Modern Architecture" is unique in combining a theoretical treatment of the architectural language with a record of the Post-Modern movement at 6 different stages in its history; a book which has helped steer the course of this tradition and now, at the very moment of its troubled success, charts a new direction/5(4).The Language of Post-Modern Architecture Add to My Reading List; Charles Jencks.
Rizzoli International Publications, New York, This book expanded my view of contemporary architecture and prompted my experiments with translating some of the issues raised into industrial design.