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Sense of Entry: Designing the Welcoming School
     

Sense of Entry: Designing the Welcoming School

by Alan Ford, Paul Hutton, Jennifer Seward (Text by)
 
Exploring 25 unique design solutions by Denver-based firm Hutton Ford, this book is a visual celebration and analysis of the role of entrances in architecture. Entrances serve many purposes. From defining the character of the architecture to the more practical aspects of the transition from outside to inside, they momentarily protect us from inclement weather as we

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Exploring 25 unique design solutions by Denver-based firm Hutton Ford, this book is a visual celebration and analysis of the role of entrances in architecture. Entrances serve many purposes. From defining the character of the architecture to the more practical aspects of the transition from outside to inside, they momentarily protect us from inclement weather as we launch between exterior and interior, like an environmental buffer to mitigate temperature changes, even allowing our vision to adjust to light changes. In the book, the architects illustrate the important role that successful entrance and movement design can have on creating a positive architectural experience.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781864702385
Publisher:
Images Publishing Dist Ac
Publication date:
10/25/2007
Pages:
144
Product dimensions:
10.64(w) x 9.63(h) x 0.77(d)

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