arq: Architectural Research Quarterly: Volume 5, Part 4

Overview

This ground-breaking quarterly aims to act as an international forum for practitioners and academics by publishing cutting-edge work covering all aspects of architectural endeavour. Generously illustrated throughout, ARQ is edited with busy practitioners and academics in mind. Contents include building design, urbanism, history, theory, environmental design, construction, materials, information technology, and practice. Other features include interviews, reports, lively letters pages, book reviews and an end ...

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Overview

This ground-breaking quarterly aims to act as an international forum for practitioners and academics by publishing cutting-edge work covering all aspects of architectural endeavour. Generously illustrated throughout, ARQ is edited with busy practitioners and academics in mind. Contents include building design, urbanism, history, theory, environmental design, construction, materials, information technology, and practice. Other features include interviews, reports, lively letters pages, book reviews and an end feature, Insight. Reviews of significant buildings are published at a length and in a detail seldom matched today by other architectural journals.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780521013178
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press
  • Publication date: 5/2/2002
  • Series: Architectural Research Quarterly Series
  • Pages: 96
  • Product dimensions: 8.27 (w) x 11.69 (h) x 0.31 (d)

Table of Contents

Leader; Letters; The changing nature of the profession Thomas Fisher; Patrick Hodgkinson on Leslie Martin Patrick Hodgkinson; St Mary's Island reviewed Bill Ungless; Working with the given Peter Blundell Jones; New meanings from old buildings John Sergeant, Peter Blundell Jones and David Lea; Cambridge composition Nicholas Ray; Stirling's finale: the two roads to Melsungen Michael Spens; Involving the industry: the use of 'request for Proposal' packages at Frank O'Gehry and Associates Paolo Tombesi; Classical and nonclassical computation Terry Knight; Book Reviews, Insight.

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