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An Architect's Journey from Bauhaus to Ecuador Rafique Islam
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Architect Rafique Islam has traveled across the globe from Iceland to Ecuador to see significant works of architecture. This travelogue describes the journey along the way.
Berlin2016 Rafique Islam
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Visit to Berlin in 2016 to see Bauhaus classics is chronicled in this book. In addition to architecture, cultural and historical items are also included. Peter Behrens, Erich Medelsohn, Bruno Taut and Le Corbusier's buildings in Berlin from century ago as well as newer additions to Berlin architecture were visited and the visits are described in detail to give the reader a realistic impression of their design.
City of Health Nalini Johnson
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Size: 5.5" x 8.5"
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Daniel Dunham Pioneer of Modern Architecture in Bangladesh Rafique Islam
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Daniel Dunham arrived in Dhaka at a critical time when many institutional and government jobs required the services of private firms. As head of the local branch of Berger Consulting, he designed many pioneering buildings in many parts of the country. He left a legacy of uncompromising modern architecture in addition to his teaching at the newly established Faculty of Architecture in Dhaka. This book is a compilation of his work from the vast collection of drawings, photographs and notes he left behind.
Mormon Landscape Kenneth Petersen
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In "The Mormon Landscape", author, Kenneth Lee Petersen, uses the book by Richard V. Francaviglia with the same name, as a spring board for his work. Francaviglia suggests a list of 10 characteristics that are peculiar to small Mormon towns in southern Utah. Petersen adds one more characteristic to the list and then provides photographs for each.
Our House unser Haus Hendrik & Elly Bloksma
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a private home in Naples/FL
Phipps Apartments Housing; Sunnyside, Queens, New York: The Landscape Architect Marjory Sewell-Cautley R. Terry Schnadelbach, FAAR
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Clarence Stein, planner, architect and social critic of the 1920s, along with close colleagues, landscape architects Henry Wright and Marjory Sewell-Caughly, began their careers by designing and developing middle and low income housing projects for America’s white and blue collar families. Armed with an array of colleagues in civic activism, they formed a team in 1924 to apply their then radical, new concepts of urbanism, social housing and open space to a test project in Queens, New York, adjacent to the Sunnyside railroad yards. The new development, designed as a neighborhood from its inception, had a mixture of affordable housing types catering to blue and a growing white color worker ...
The Bauhaus Centennial Rafique Islam
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Visiting Bauhaus campuses and Bauhaus related buildings in Germany on the centennial occasion. Personal experiences and lessons learned from Bauhaus over the last 50 years have led to the trip in 2019 to Weimar, Dessau and Berlin. Images from each visit and historical images are compiled to give a realistic impression of Bauhuas, its history and current state.
The Old School Joseph Klapatch
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Size: 6" x 9"
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ISBN: 9781633187276
In 1969, in the Anthracite Coal Region of Northeastern Pennsylvania, the Dickson City, Olyphant, and Throop school districts merged to become the Mid-Valley School District. Soon afterward, plans were made to build the new Mid-Valley Junior-Senior High School. The plans were put on hold indefinitely. In 1977, the Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry condemned two elementary schools. Some residents wanted a new school built; others wanted the old schools renovated. Lively debate ensued. This book is a combination local history book and a memoir. There is a narrative that comes to a climax when the schools are condemned. Historical information and personal accounts describe ...
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