6 edition of The Landscape of modernity found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 331-342) and index.
|Statement||edited by David Ward and Olivier Zunz.|
|Contributions||Ward, David, 1938-, Zunz, Olivier.|
|LC Classifications||HT168.N5 L36 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 370 p. :|
|Number of Pages||370|
|LC Control Number||91043456|
Nature is not simply "green" or the "opposite of culture." Essentially, it is an intellectual construct. The relationship between man and Nature, for instance, articulates itself architectonically. Now what could one see as the possible role of Nature in projects of architects representative of the International Style (including successive echoes in post-war modernity), and how does Nature. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Start by marking “The Betweenness of Place: Towards a Geography of Modernity” as Want to Read: Want to Read saving 3/5.
The history of geography includes many histories of geography which have differed over time and between different cultural and political groups. In more recent developments, geography has become a distinct academic discipline. 'Geography' derives from the Greek γεωγραφία – geographia, a literal translation of which would be "to describe or write about the Earth". This book uses the contradictions, fractures and coincidences of a twentieth-century rural landscape to explore new methods of writing place beyond 'new nature writing'. In doing so it opens up new ways of reading modernist artists and writers such as Vanessa Bell, Mary Butts and Paul Nash.
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The Landscape of Modernity: New York City, by David Ward (Editor), Oliver Zunz (Editor) ISBN Author: David Ward. Roberto Burle Marx (Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, ) is known as a landscape architect, but also as a painter, botanist, gardener, chef and jewellery designer.
He considered the garden to be one of the fine arts, as "the adaptation of the biome to civilisation's natural requirements."Format: Paperback. The original essays in The Landscape of Modernity tell the compelling story of the growth of New York City from tofrom the beginnings of its skyscraper skyline to the expanding reaches of suburbanization.
At the beginning of the century, New York City was already one of the world's leading corporate and commercial centers. The original essays in The Landscape of Modernity tell the compelling story of the growth of New York City from tofrom the beginnings of its skyscraper skyline to the expanding reaches of suburbanization.
At the beginning of the century, New York City was already one of the world's leading corporate and commercial centers. Roberto Burle Marx: The Modernity of Landscape.
Roberto Burle Marx (Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, ) is known as a landscape architect, but also as a painter, botanist, gardener, chef and jewellery designer.
Illustrated with striking photographs and maps, The Landscape of Modernity links important scenes of growth and development to the larger political, economic, social, and cultural processes of the early twentieth century.
Landscape of Modernity Book Description: New York City stands as the first expression of the modern city, a mosaic of disparate neighborhoods born in with the amalgamation of the five boroughs and shaped by the passions of developers and regulators, architects and engineers, politicians and reformers, immigrant entrepreneurs and corporate builders.
1st Edition Published on Novem by Routledge This book explores China’s encounter with architecture and modernity in the tumultuous epoch before Co Architecture and the Landscape of Modernity in China before - 1st.
This book explores China’s encounter with architecture and modernity in the tumultuous epoch before Communism – an encounter that was mediated not by a singular notion of modernism emanating from the west, but that was uniquely multifarious, deriving from a variety of sources both from the west and, importantly, from the : Edward Denison.
Author's introduction Architecture and the Landscape of Modernity in China before challenges conventional Modernist historiography that has marginalised the experiences of the West’s other for much of the last century by exploring China’s encounter with architecture and modernity in the tumultuous epoch before Communism.
About this Book This fascinating volume brings together leading specialists, who have analyzed the thoughts and records documenting the worldviews of a wide range of pre-modern societies.
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The book then turns to more particular and local landscapes: the last three chapters explore the yearnings of migrants for distant homelands, and the old cities and ancient forests that are threatened by modernity but which modern people see as sites of authenticity and by: 8.
In The Modern Architectural Landscape Caroline Constant examines diverse approaches to landscape in the work of architects practicing in Europe and the United States between and the mids.
Case studies highlight landscapes in the public realm rather than the private garden, which had been a primary focus of much Western landscape theory and practice during the early decades of the. The first comprehensive introduction to the thought of Elisée Reclus, the great anarchist geographer and political theorist, Anarchy, Geography, Modernity presents his groundbreaking critique of all forms of domination: not only capitalism, the state, and authoritarian religion, but also patriarchy, racism, technological domination, and the domination of nature/5.
The Landscape of Modernity is third in a four-volume series sponsored by the Committee on New York City of the Social Science Research Council and published by the Russell Sage Foundation. John Hull Mol lenkopf edited Power, Culture, and Place () and co-edited, with Manuel Castells, Dual City ().
Capital of the American Century,Cited by: Modernity was critically important to the formation and evolution of landscape architecture, yet its histories in the discipline are still being written. This book looks closely at the work and influences of some of the least studied figures of the era: established and less well-known female landscape architects who pursued modernist ideals in their designs.
The women discussed in this. The Geographic Imagination of Modernity traces the emergence of the geographic paradigm in modern Western thought in the decades around This period represents an extraordinary intellectual threshold, a time when European society invented new conceptual strategies for making sense of itself.
"The Color of Modernity is a much-needed book that highlights the construction of Brazilian whiteness in the first half of twentieth century In this insightful analysis of Paulista uniqueness, Weinstein deftly exposes the interplay between the traditional idea of racial democracy and a Brazilian whiteness conceived in one of the southern Author: Barbara Weinstein.
The Geography of Nostalgia is the first study of loss as a global and local phenomenon, something that occurs on many different scales and which connects many different people. The Geography of Nostalgia explores nostalgia as a child of modernity but also as a force that exceeds and challenges modernity.
The book begins at a global level. Editors: Sonja Dümpelmann and John Beardsley (Routledge, ) During the through the Depression and Post-War eras, two coalescing movements—women joining the work force, and the rise of modernism as a formal language in environmental design—served as the backdrop for the young profession of landscape architecture.
Women, Modernity, and Landscape Architecture is a. Join authors Guangyu Ren and Bartlett Programme Director Edward Denison at the launch of their new book, Architecture and the Landscape of Modernity in China before Dr Edward Denison will present a brief lecture introduced by Professor Adrian Forty, followed by drinks and the opportunity to purchase your copy.