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Architectural Theory An Anthology from 1871 to 2005

ISBN-10: 1405102608
ISBN-13: 9781405102605
Edition: 2007
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Description: This second volume of the landmark Architectural Theory anthology surveys the development of architectural theory from the Franco-Prussian war of 1871 until the end of the twentieth century. Together with volume I, it is the first anthology to  More...

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Book details

List price: $75.95
Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 8/4/2008
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 656
Size: 6.78" wide x 9.70" long x 1.40" tall
Weight: 2.508
Language: English

This second volume of the landmark Architectural Theory anthology surveys the development of architectural theory from the Franco-Prussian war of 1871 until the end of the twentieth century. Together with volume I, it is the first anthology to follow the full range of architectural literature from its beginnings in classical times to its impact today.Drawing on diverse international texts, this book explores various reform movements in Europe and North America, including Arts & amp; Crafts; spans the technological and conceptual innovations of the late-nineteenth century in connection with the rise and development of modern theory; and reviews early critiques of modernism, the "post-modern " discussions of the 1970s, and post-structural and regionalist thought in the 1980s. The editors also consider the counter-movements of the 1990s - inspired by the digital revolution, technological innovations, and growing concerns for sustainable design.This anthology maps a wide array of debates in architectural history, placing the writings of starchitects like Koolhaas, Eisenman, and Lynn alongside the work of prominent architectural critics. It also sheds new historical perspective on topics such as ecology and sustainability, as well as CAD and blobs. The result is an inspiring and comprehensive resource for those studying or working in architectural theory and art history.

Acknowledgements
General Introduction
Early Modernism.
The Arts and Crafts Movement in Great Britain.
Introduction
John Ruskin from Fors Clavigera (1871)
Christopher Dresser from Studies in Design (1874-76)
Richard Redgrave from Manual of Design (1876)
William Morris from The Prospects of Architecture in Civilization (1881)
Christopher Dresser from Japan: Its Architecture, Art, and Art Manufacturers (1882)
Oscar Wilde from Art and the Handicraftsman (1882)
Arthur H. Mackmurdo from Arbitrary Conditions of Art (1884)
William Morris from The Revival of Architecture (1888)
Walter Crane from The Claims of Decorative Art (1892)
John D. Sedding from Design (1891?)
Charles Rennie Mackintosh from Architecture (1893)
C. Robert Ashbee from A Few Chapters in Workshop Re-Construction and Citizenship (1894).
Continental Reforms
Introduction
Jakob Falke from Art in the House (1871)
George Hirth from The German Renaissance Room (1880)
Robert Dohme from The English House (1888)
Cornelius Gurlitt from Inside the Middle-Class House (1888)
Louis-Charles Boileau from Shops of the Bon March� in Paris—Grand Staircase (1876)
Charles Blanc from The Fine Arts at the Universal Exposition of 1878 (1878)
Eug�ne-Emmanuel Viollet-le-Duc from The Buildings of the Universal Exposition of 1878 (1878)
�mile Zola from Au Bonheur des Dames (1883)
Joris-Karl Huysmans from Against Nature (1884)
Samuel Bing from Artistic Japan (1888)
Joseph Eugene Anatole de Baudot from The Architecture of the Universal Exposition of 1889 (1889)
Louis Gonse from The Architecture of the Universal Exposition of 1889 (1889)
Edmond de Goncourt from Journal, m�moires de la vie litt�raire (1895).
Reforms in the United States
Introduction
Henry Hudson Holly from Modern Dwellings: Their Construction, Decoration, and Furniture (1876)
Robert Swain Peabody from Georgian Homes of New England (1877)
Clarence Cook from House Beautiful (1877)
Leopold Eidlitz from The Nature and Function of Art: More Especially of Architecture (1881)
Louis Sullivan from Characteristic and Tendencies of American Architecture (1885)
George William Sheldon from Artistic Country-Seats (1886)
John Root, et al from What are the Present Tendencies in Architectural Design in America (1887)
Mariana Griswold Van Rensselaer from Henry Hobson Richardson and His Works (1888)
Friedrich Baumann from Thoughts on Architecture (1889)
Louis Sullivan from Ornament in Architecture (1892)
Montgomery Schuler from Last Words about the World's Fair (1894)
Louis Sullivan from Emotion Architecture as Compared with Intellectual (1894).
Conceptual Underpinnings of Germa

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