The Grammar of Architecture

The Grammar of Architecture➹ [Read] ➵ The Grammar of Architecture By Emily Cole ➼ – Heartforum.co.uk This compact volume, modeled after the classic decorative arts reference book The Grammar of Ornament, reveals the fascinating history of architecture through a diverse series of building styles and a This compact volume, modeled after the classic decorative arts reference book The Grammar of Ornament, reveals the fascinating history of architecture through a diverse series of building styles and architectural detailscolor illustrations.

Is a well known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the The Grammar of Architecture book, this is one of the most wanted Emily Cole author readers around the world.

The Grammar of Architecture ePUB ☆ The Grammar
  • Paperback
  • 352 pages
  • The Grammar of Architecture
  • Emily Cole
  • English
  • 27 September 2017
  • 0821227742

10 thoughts on “The Grammar of Architecture

  1. Benjamin says:

    pro not only the European American architecture is described, but also the architecture of other cultures like the Indian and the Chinese informative texts give background information about the historical context and the elements of the respective architecture style differences between respective architecture styles in different countries are explained in a small second chapter several architecture elements like stairs are explainedcontra the book stops at the neoclassicism, architecture sty pro not only the European American architecture is described, but also the architecture of other cultures like the Indian and the Chinese informative texts give background information about the historical context and the elements of the respective architecture style differences between respective architecture styles in different countries are explained in a small second chapter several architecture elements like stairs are explainedcontra the book stops at the neoclassicism, architecture styles like historism and Art Nouveau aren t explained the quality of the illustrations isn t very goodAlthough this book isn t perfect, I recommend it to every architecture enthusiast, who is interested in the classical architecture For those, who are mainly interested in modern architecture it is maybe not the right book For me it is a good reference book

  2. Darkvine says:

    If you are looking for a crash course in architecture up to the 19th Century, this is your book.It covers not only Western architecture Ancient Greeks, Romans, Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque, Neo classicism, but also architectural styles from different traditions and civilizations all around the globe Egyptian, Persian, Indian, Chinese, Japanese, Meso American, Islamic,

  3. Adrian Neri says:

    El final un poco flojo me hizo mucha falta la etapa industrial, raro que no la incluyeran

  4. Jeffrey Sandberg says:

    I just have this on my shelf due to an intrigue in looking at buildings and as a reference for designing architecture in drawing painting

  5. MrsEnginerd says:

    Very useful guide when traveling to locations with varied architectural components and buildings It includes pictures and references to the most common examples of the different styles It doesn t go too much in depth in terms of artists that follow the styles or architects famous for using particular elements but it serves as a starting point for understanding ancient and modern architecture Good read especially for kids and teenagers interested in the subject matter.

  6. Dania says:

    I am a student of 3D architecture modeling, and one day my instructor dumped this on my desk I want you to take this home and study it, and give it back to me after the holidays I did not even bother taking it home I bought another copy for myself right away.

  7. Caroline Baldwin says:

    this has turned out to be one of my favorite resources for information pertaining to decorative arts history

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