Chora 1: Intervals in the Philosophy of Architecture (CHORA: Intervals in the Philosophy of Architecture)

Chora 1: Intervals in the Philosophy of Architecture (CHORA: Intervals in the Philosophy of Architecture)

By: Alberto Perez-Gomez (author), Stephen Parcell (author)Hardback

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Contents Chora: The Space of Architectural Representation - Alberto Perez-Gomez - The Measure of Expression: Physiognomy and Character in the Nouvelle Methode of Jean-Jacques Lequeu - Jean-Francois Bedard - Michelangelo: The Image of the Human Body, Artifice, and Architecture - Helmut Klassen - Architecture as Site of Reception - Part I: Cuisine, Frontality, and the Infra-thin - Donald Kunze - Fictional Cities - Graham Livesey - Instrumentality and the Organic Assistance of Looms - Indra Kagis McEwen - Space and Image in Andrey Tarkovsky's "Nostalgia": Notes on a Phenomenology of Architecture in Cinema - Juhani Pallasmaa - The Momentary Modern Magic of the Panorama - Stephen Parcell - The Building of a Horizon - Louise Pelletier - Anaesthetic Induction: An Excursion into the World of Visual Indifference - Natalija Subotincic. The essays in this collection explore architectural form and content in the hope of finding new and better alternatives to traditionally accepted practices.

Contents

Chora - the space of architectural representation, Alberto Perez-Gomez; the measure of expression - physiognomy and character in the "nouvelle methode" of Jean-Jacques Leque, Jean-Francois Bedard; Michelangelo - the image of the human body, artifice, and architecture, Helmut Klassen; architecture as site of reception, Part 1 - cuisine, frontality, and the infra-thin, Donald Kunze; fictional cities, Graham Livesey; instrumentality and the organic assistance of looms, Indra Kagis McEwen; space and image in Andrey Tarkovsky's "Nostalgia" - notes on a phenomenology of architecture in cinema, Juhani Pallasmaa; the momentary modern magic of the panorama, Stephen Parcell; the building of a horizon, Louise Pelletier; anaesthetic induction - an excursion into the world of visual indifference, Natalija Subotincic.

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  • ISBN13: 9780773511934
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 288
  • ID: 9780773511934
  • ISBN10: 0773511938

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