Architecture and movement : the dynamic experience of buildings and landscapes

  title={Architecture and movement : the dynamic experience of buildings and landscapes},
  author={Peter Blundell-Jones and Mark Meagher},
Introduction Part 1: Moving through Buildings and Landscapes: the Designer's Perspective 1.0 Introduction to Part One 1.1 The Classical Authors 1.2 Viollet-le-duc on the Medieval Cloister 1.3 Charles Garnier Le Theatre 1.4 Hermann Muthesius Wie baue ich mein Haus 1.5 Architectural Promenades through the Villa Savoye 1.6 Gunnar Asplund: 'Pictures with marginal notes from the Gothenburg art and industry exhibition' 1923 1.7 Frank Lloyd Wright's Use of Movement 1.8 Hans Scharoun and Movement: the… Expand
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