|LC Classifications||NA200 .Y37 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||224 p. :|
|Number of Pages||224|
|LC Control Number||87013652|
A Chronology of Western Architecture Hardcover – March, by Doreen Yarwood (Author)/5(2). A Chronology of Western Architecture book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Casual and serious readers alike will be captivated b 3/5(1). Casual and serious readers alike will be captivated by this comprehensive survey of the Western world's architecture. Ranging from B.C. to the s, its chronologically . The increased size and scope of the book now presents a continuous coverage of the evolution of architecture from the earliest building, about B.C. to buildings constructed in the twenty first century. It is the most complete single volume history of architecture available and it's new edition is greatly improved/5(13).
An illustrated chronology of western architecture spanning years, from Minoan Crete to the s. The chronology scheme allows the reader to compare the contrasting interpretations of style in different countries and surveys the architecture and history of the time. Authoritative, comprehensive and highly illustrated, this sixth edition has been expanded to bring the story of western architecture right up to date and includes a separate final chapter on twenty-first century developments, including the role of computers in architecture, sustainability, humanitarian architecture, and very tall by: A History of Western Architecture. "In this highly acclaimed survey David Watkin traces the history of western architecture from the earliest times in Mesopotamia to Egypt to the dramatic impact of CAD (computer-aided esign) on architectural practice 5/5(2). Get this from a library! A chronology of Western architecture. [Doreen Yarwood] -- Over photographs and drawings of buildings and ornamental details, set in the context of contemporary events in other fields.
The history of Western architecture viewed not as a chronology of styles but as an expression of social and economic conditions. When this survey of Western civilization was first published in , the executive editor of the Architectural Review said, "I find it one of the most remarkable books on the subject that I have ever come across a tremendous achievement . Learning from Las Vegas, subtitled "The Forgotten Symbolism of Architectural Form," became a postmodernist classic when Venturi called the "vulgar billboards" of the Vegas Strip emblems for a new architecture. Published in , the book was written by Robert Venturi, Steven Izenour, and Denise Scott Brown. A chronology of Western architecture. [Doreen Yarwood] -- Accessible to casual and serious readers alike, this comprehensive survey ranges from BC to the s and features more than 1, chronologically arranged photographs and drawings. A magnificently illustrated guide to the global history of architecture updated to include the non-western world and works from women The Second Edition of this historical architectural guide gives you a deeper knowledge and wider perspective of traditions in architecture throughout the world from prehistoric through modern structures/5.