Architectural Theory, Volume 1: An Anthology from Vitruvius to , edited by Harry Francis Mallgrave. Malden MA, Oxford, Victoria: Blackwell Publishing, . ARCHITECTURAL THEORY Volume I An Anthology from Vitruvius to Edited by Harry Francis Mallgrave. Editorial material and organization ß by . Pris: kr. Häftad, Skickas inom vardagar. Köp Architectural Theory: v . 1 Architectural Theory Anthology from Vitruvius to av Harry Francis.
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Architectural Theory, Volume 1: Malden MA, Oxford, Victoria: Blackwell Publishing,pp. This anthology is a archotectural and comprehensive documentation of the key stages that construct Western architectural theory, from Vitruvius’s classical writing to Gottfried Semper’s theories in late-nineteenth-century Europe.
Comprised of texts by these and other significant writers of architectural theory, it represents an extremely valuable resource for architectural design, history, and theory education and, more broadly, for aesthetic education, art history, aesthetics, and visual culture.
Six stages of development are laid out, beginning with the Classical and Renaissance periods in part I. In part IV, Picturesque and Sublime theories are documented, from which part V turns to consider the importance of Historicism in the nineteenth century and, finally, in part VI the impact theoey Historicism is examined in relation to developments in industrialization.
Architectural Theory: Volume I – An Anthology from Vitruvius to 1870
Introducing each part, Mallgrave succinctly highlights the historical, cultural, anthoology political structures that underpin the development of architectural ideas and debates during the period. Within each part, internal sections further distinguish the particular ideas that preoccupied specific individuals and groups to comprise different theoretical positions. Part II, for example, is divided into the nationalist archiectural between “French Classicism: Ancients and Moderns” and “British Classicism and Palladianism,” and part IV identifies key texts that contribute to the theorization of eighteenth-century aesthetics in three stages: Architectural arcuitectural Page ] theory is therefore characterized as a discipline that is made up of dynamic discussions, which are frequently unresolved and irregular in their formation.
Diverse and opposing agendas are pursued, both within ardhitectural between different institutions, academies, and communities, including the late-sixteenth-century “stylistic battles” of Alberti and Serlio’s treatises, which were developed out of Vitruvius’s ten “books” of architecture; the pluralism of styles in the United States in the mid-nineteenth century that was comprised of puritanical influential theories, Gothic and French Classicism, and the new generation of American architectural theorists; and the emergence of a German architectural theory within the political disputes that led to the unification of Germany in Architectural theory is therefore firmly constructed in relation to social, material, cultural, and political systems and frameworks.
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This colorful construction of architectural theory is evident, especially in those sections that are central to Mallgrave’s ongoing research interests, in the tension between the rational, technical, and empirical discussions that inform seventeenth- eighteenth- and nineteenth-century aesthetics.
Running through parts II and III, for example, is one of the most drawn-out and bitter disputes, which dominated architectural theory in the seventeenth- and eighteenth-century French Academy of Architecture. But this debate is also important in the context of If you would like to authenticate using a different subscribed institution that supports Shibboleth authentication or have your own login and password to Project MUSE, click ‘Authenticate’.
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