Details of Gothic Architecture. by James Kellaway Colling

By James Kellaway Colling

В двух томах приведены детали и фрагменты, позволяющие подробнее узнать об архитектуре Готики они станут хорошим дополнением к библиотеке Архитектора.

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Juhani Pallasmaa 35 Canadian architecture and the north Lisa Rochon 36 Since the 1940s a uniquely Canadian architecture has developed across the land, rooted in the values of human scale, material warmth, and deep connections to site. This body of work resides in cities and beyond, in the countryside, and in the wilds of the hinterland. It is elegant and livable—it resonates with the humanity of this country. Ways of creating intelligent, enduring architecture have been passed down through the generations to contemporary Canadian designers.

40 Canadian Architecture and the North projects latitude mean temperatures 61°N Jan. 22°F July 65°F project architect location / year The glass facade reflects the urban surroundings and the sky. 42 The New Wing of the Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center David Chipperfield Architects Anchorage, Alaska / 2009 The ambitious 80,000-square-foot expansion of the Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center by architect David Chipperfield responded to the shortcomings of the existing building, which was built in the era of museums that did not have views in or out, and which had a main entrance that faced away from the heart of the rest of the downtown.

In the severe climate of the North, where light is precious, it may enter buildings from below, reflected by water or snow. Light is an essential quality of life and architecture. The extreme contrasts of the seasons, the extended days in midsummer and the almost constant darkness in midwinter, all sensitize people to light and its surprising variations. Light is a delight and gift. Although Nordic architecture is often praised for a sensitive articulation of light, uses of daylight have usually been rather spontaneous.

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