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by Charles W. Moore,Robert J. Yudell,Kent C. Bloomer

eBook Body, Memory, and Architecture (Yale Paperbound) epub
  • ISBN: 0300021429
  • Author: Charles W. Moore,Robert J. Yudell,Kent C. Bloomer
  • Genre: Other
  • Subcategory: Humanities
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Yale University Press; 1st edition (September 10, 1977)
  • Pages: 147 pages
  • ePUB size: 1120 kb
  • FB2 size 1831 kb
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Kent C. ISBN-13: 978-0300021424.

by Kent C. Bloomer and Charles Willard Moore. This book is a product of our joint efforts to teach fundamentals of architectural design to first-year professional students at the Yale School of Architecture. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13: 9780300021394. Release Date: December 1977.

Body, Memory, and Architecture traces the significance of the body from . This book, an outgrowth of their joint teaching efforts, places the human body at the center of our understanding of architectural form.

Body, Memory, and Architecture traces the significance of the body from its place as the divine organizing principle in the earliest built forms to its near elimination from architectural thought in this century. As teachers of architectural design, Kent Bloomer and Charles Moore have attempted to introduce architecture from the standpoint of how buildings are experienced, how the affect individuals and communities emotionally and provide us with a sense of joy, identity, and place.

This book is a product of the authors' efforts to teach fundamentals of architectural design to first-year professional students at the Yale School of Architecture.

Bloomer, Kent . 1935-, (author. Architecture - Human factors. This book is a product of the authors' efforts to teach fundamentals of architectural design to first-year professional students at the Yale School of Architecture.

Body, Memory, and Architecture. Kent C. Bloomer and Charles W. Moore; With a contribution by Robert J. Yudell. Bloomer and Moore teach architecture with the belief that buildings are something we experience, that architecture affects us emotionally and provides us with a sense of joy, identity, and place. Body, Memory, and Architecture is an outgrowth of the authors' joint efforts to teach that the body is at the center of our understanding of architectural form.

Body, Memory, and Architecture traces the significance of the body from its place as the divine organizing principle . Kent C Bloomer, Charles W Moore, Robert J Yudell. Published by Yale University Press 1978-07-01, New Haven London (1978)

Body, Memory, and Architecture traces the significance of the body from its place as the divine organizing principle in the earliest built forms to its near elimination from architectural thought in this century. Published by Yale University Press 1978-07-01, New Haven London (1978). ISBN 10: 0300021429 ISBN 13: 9780300021424.

Body, Memory, and Architecture Kent C. Bloomer, Charles W. Moore, with a contribution by Robert J. Yudell Yale University Press, September 1977. Body, Memory, and Architecture traces the significance of the body from its place as the divine organizing principle in the earliest built forms to its near elimination from architectural thought in this century.

Body, Memory, and Architecture book. Charles Willard Moore. This book is a product of our joint efforts to teach.

Home . Details for: Body, memory, and architecture . Contributor(s): Moore, Charles Willard, 1925-1993 . Series: A Yale paperbound. Details for: Body, memory, and architecture /. Normal view MARC view ISBD view. Body, memory, and architecture, Kent C. Moore ; with a contribution by Robert Yudell. By: Bloomer, Kent C, 1935-. Publisher: New Haven : Yale University Press, 1977Description: xii, 147 p. : ill. ; 21 x 26 c. SBN: 978030002142. Subject(s): Architecture - Human factors Architectural design DDC classification: 720. Tags from this library: No tags from this library for this title

As teachers of architectural design, Kent Bloomer and Charles Moore have attempted to introduce architecture from the standpoint of how buildings are experienced, how the affect individuals and communities emotionally and provide us with a sense of joy, identity, and place. In giving priority to these issues and in questioning the professional reliance on abstract two-dimensional drawings, they often find themselves in conflict with a general and undebated assumption that architecture is a highly specialized system with a set of prescribed technical goals, rather than a sensual social art historically derived from experiences and memories of the human body. This book, an outgrowth of their joint teaching efforts, places the human body at the center of our understanding of architectural form. Body, Memory, and Architecture traces the significance of the body from its place as the divine organizing principle in the earliest built forms to its near elimination from architectural thought in this century. The authors draw on contemporary models of spatial perception as well as on body-image theory in arguing for a return of the body to its proper place in the architectural equation.
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