2 edition of Architecture of war. found in the catalog.
Architecture of war.
M. D. Massey
Written in English
|Contributions||Manchester Polytechnic. Department of Architecture and Landscape.|
War and Architecture is a timely and moving response by architect Lebbeus Woods to the bombing of Sarajevo. With text in both English and Croatian, accompanied by the author's exquisitely drawn, hauntingly beautiful proposals, the book is both dedicated . But in his groundbreaking recent book Architecture in Uniform: Designing and Building for the Second World War, the French architectural historian and architect Jean-Louis Cohen establishes one big, awful, inescapable truth: the full potential of twentieth-century architecture, engineering, and design was realized not in the social-welfare and.
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As this deeply researched and marvelously entertaining book shows, military architecture in its various manifestations both reflected and influenced the course of warfare to a surprising degree.
Thus, in Cited by: 4. I owned this book a long, long time ago. If you can find a copy, it is an excellent study of various modern fortifications in Britain, France and Germany. I kept it for its sections on World War 1 and World War /5. The bridge was a symbol, and its destruction was a symbol, and is the abiding image of the Croatian war.
In _The Destruction of Memory: Architecture at War_ (Reaktion Books), Robert Bevan quotes Croatian writer Slavenka Drakulic, who wonders, "Why do we feel more pain looking at the image of the destroyed bridge than the image of massacred people?"/5(11).
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The smoking World Trade Center site. The scorched cityscape of Dresden. Among the most indelible scars left by war is the destroyed landscapes, and such architectural devastation damages far more than mere buildings. Robert Bevan argues here"that shattered buildings are not merely "collateral damage," but rather calculated acts of cultural annihilation.
Crumbled shells of mosques in Iraq, the bombing of British cathedrals in World War II, the fall of the World Trade Center towers on September when architectural totems such as these are destroyed by conflicts and the ravages of war, more than mere buildings are at stake.
The Destruction of Memory reveals the extent to which a nation weds itself to its landscape; Robert Bevan argues that. British architecture historian and curator Owen Hopkins is the author of several popular architecture books, including Reading Architecture: A Visual Lexicon, Architectural Styles: A Visual Guide and Mavericks: Breaking the Mould of British Architecture.
His scholarly interests have ranged from Nicholas Hawksmoor’s Baroque grandeur to Alison Reviews: War and Architecture (Pamphlet Architecture 15) by Lebbeus Woods avg rating — ratings — published — 2 editions.
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Norman Foster, he’s basically an engineering practice. There’s a big section in the book about bridges – it’s an overview. You’re going from Russia, to China, to America, to Europe. This is a study of a variety of great military engineering projects from to Most of the book is devoted to fortifications of various kinds including the massive fort systems of WWI, France's Maginot Line, and Hitler's Atlantic Wall/5.
War and Architecture is a timely and moving response by architect Lebbeus Woods to the bombing of Sarajevo.
With text in both English and Croatian, accompanied by the author's exquisitely drawn, hauntingly beautiful proposals, the book is both dedicated and addressed to the citizens of this ravaged city. Lebbeus Woods has long been fascinated by the intimate ties between architecture and violence.
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After World War II, Speer was convicted of war crimes and crimes against humanity and sentenced to 20 years in prison. He later published popular books. White City, Black City: Architecture and War in Tel Aviv and Jaffa (The MIT Press) Paperback – February 6, by Sharon Rotbard (Author) out of 5 stars 6 ratings.
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Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Pamphlet Architecture was begun in by William Stout and St /5.Crumbled shells of mosques in Iraq, the fall of the World Trade Center towers on September when architectural totems such as these are destroyed by conflicts and the ravages of war, more than mere buildings are at stake.
The Destruction of Memory—now available in this accessible, pocket edition—reveals the extent to which a nation weds itself to its landscape. Robert Bevan argues that. With thirty years of war from the s to s, the architecture of Belfast embodied a city under siege.
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