Rome. A study in urban architectural formation and transformation
Schwarting, Jon Michael.
Resumen
In this book, Formation is ideal and utopian thinking, and Transformation is the adaptation of the ideal to the real or existing conditions. The book examines the dialectical relationship of these in the creation of the city. The subject is a contextual theory of urban design, utilizing Italian Renaissance and Baroque architecture and urban development of Rome, as a case study. It demonstrates the complexity of Roman urbanism and the inter-relationship and role of Roman architecture to its urban context.
Detalles del libro
  • Clasificación: RVA NA 350 S39
  • Editorial: Oro Editions
  • Año: 2017
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