Do You Know A Doric Column When You See One Perhaps But What About An Entablature, A Pylon, Or A Pagoda THE GRAMMAR OF ARCHITECTURE Uses Beautifully Engraved Plates From The Great Works Of Architectural History To Illustrate A Show And Tell Journey Around The Architecture Of Civilizations East And West, From Ancient Egypt To The Industrial Revolution Extended Captions And Annotations Supply The Reader With A Complete Naming Of Parts And An Explanation Of How Architects Have Planned And Made The Buildings Of The Past, From Amhotep To The Palladio, And Vitruvius To Wren.
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- 352 pages
- The Grammar of Architecture
- Emily Cole
- 07 April 2017 Emily Cole