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Architecture and identity : responses to cultural and technological change. by Abel, Chris Publication: Oxford,Amsterdam,New York etc Architectural Press 2000 . xvii,270p. Holdings: CEPT Library (720.105 ABE) . Log in to add tags.
Collected essays in architectural criticism by Alan Colquhoun Publication: London Black dog Publishing 2009 . ...p. , CONTENTS 5 Introduction by Kenneth Frampton PART I 18 The Modern Movement in Architecture 1962-1980 23 Symbolic and Literal Aspects of Technology 27 Formal and Functional Interactions: a Study of Two Late Buildings by Le Corbusier 34 Displacement of Concepts in Le Corbusier 45 Typology and Design Method 52 Rules, Realism and History 58 Alvar Aalto: Type versus Function 64 The Superblock 78 Centraal Beheer 82 Plateau Beaubourg 90 Frames to Framework 97 Historicism and the Limits of Semiology 106 Sign and Substance: Reflections on Complexity, Las Vegas and Oberlin 116 EH Gombrich and the Hegelian Tradition 122 EH Gombrich: "Symptoms and Syndromes" In Search of Cultural History 124 The Beaux-Arts Plan: Viollet-le-Duc's Transformation of the Parisian Hotel Particulier 130 Form and Figure 140 From Bricolage to Myth, or How to Put Humpty-Dumpty Together Again PART II 154 Three Kinds of Historicism 1980-1989 163 Rationalism: a Philosophical Concept in Architecture 178 Composition versus the Project 184 Vernacular Classicism 190 A Way of Looking at the Present Situation 193 The Significance of Le Corbusier 201 Architecture and Engineering: Le Corbusier and the Paradox of Reason 215 The Strategies of the Grand Travaux 226 Classicism and Ideology 228 Regionalism and Technology 230 "Newness" and "Age-Value" in Alois Riegl 233 Postmodern Critical Attitudes 238 Postmodernism and Structuralism: a Retrospective Glance PART III 248 Reyner Banham: A Reading for the 1980s 1989-2004 253 The Le Corbusier Centenary 268 The Nineteenth Century Terminus Station as Cultural Artefact 280 Regionalism 1 287 Regionalism 2 292 Axonometry, Ancient and the Modern 302 Criticism and Self-criticism in German Modernism 315 Architectural Manifestos of the 1960s in America 321 Lost Illusions 325 Esprit de Corps 329 Notes on Public Policy and City Planning in Europe since 1840 335 Changing Museum 346 Index Holdings: CEPT Library (720.18 COL) .
Critical regionalism : architecture of its time and place (Also available on CD) by Patel, Jigar Publication: 2002 . iv,184p., CD-Rom Holdings: CEPT Library (A TH-0783 PAT) .
Modern architecture : a critical history by Frampton, Kenneth Publication: London Thames & Hudson 2007 . 424p , CONTENTS INTRODUCTION 8 PART 1: Cultural developments and predisposing techniques 1750-1939 1 Cultural transformations: Neo-Classical architecture 1750-1900 12 2 Territorial transformations: urban developments 1800-1909 20 3 Technical transformations: structural engineering 1775-1939 29 PART 2: A critical history 1836-1967 1 News from Nowhere: England 1836-1924 42 2 Adler and Sullivan: the Auditorium and the high rise 1886-95 51 3 Frank Lloyd Wright and the myth of the Prairie 1890-1916 57 4 Structural Rationalism and the influence of Viollet-le-Duc: Gaudi, Horta, Guimard and Berlage 1880-1910 64 5 Charles Rennie Mackintosh and the Glasgow School 1896-1916 74 6 The Sacred Spring: Wagner, Olbrich and Hoffmann 1886-1912 78 7 Antonio Sant'Elia and Futurist architecture 1909-14 84 8 Adolf Loos and the crisis of culture 1896-1931 90 9 Henry van de Velde and the abstraction of empathy 1895-1914 96 10 Tony Gamier and the Industrial City 1899-1918 100 11 Auguste Ferret: the evolution of Classical Rationalism 1899-1925 105 12 The Deutsche Werkbund 1898-1927 109 13 The Glass Chain: European architectural Expressionism 1910-25 116 14 The Bauhaus: the evolution of an idea 1919-32 123 15 The New Objectivity: Germany, Holland and Switzerland 1923-33 130 16 De Stijl: the evolution and dissolution of Neo-Plasticism 1917-31 142 17 Le Corbusierand the Esprit Nouveau 1907-31 149 18 Mies van der Rohe and the significance of fact 1921-33 161 19 The New Collectivity: art and architecture in the Soviet Union 1918-32 167 20 Le Corbusier and the Ville Radieuse 1928-46 178 21 Frank Lloyd Wright and the Disappearing City 1929-63 186 22 Alvar Aalto and the Nordic tradition: National Romanticism and the Doricist sensibility 1895-1957 192 23 Giuseppe Terragni and the architecture of Italian Rationalism 1926-43 203 24 Architecture and the State: ideology and representation 1914-43 210 25 Le Corbusier and the monumentalization of the vernacular 1930-60 224 26 Mies van der Rohe and the monumentalization of technique 1933-67 231 27 The Eclipse of the New Deal: Buckminster Fuller, Philip Johnson and Louis Kahn 1934-64 238 PART 3: Critical assessment and extension into the present 1925-91 1 The International Style: theme and variations 1925-65 248 2 New Brutalism and the architecture of the Welfare State: England 1949-59 262 3 The vicissitudes of ideology: CIAM and Team X, critique and counter-critique 1928-68 269 4 Place, Production and Scenography: international theory and practice since 1962 280 5 Critical Regionalism: modern architecture and cultural identity 314 6 World architecture and reflective practice 328 7 Architecture in the Age of Globalization: topography, morphology, sustainability, materiality, habitat and civic form 1975-2007 344 SELECT BIBLIOGRAPHY 390 ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 412 INDEX 414 Holdings: CEPT Library (724 FRA) .
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