Brunelleschi, Lacan, Le Corbusier: Architecture, Space and the Construction of Subjectivity / Edition 1

Brunelleschi, Lacan, Le Corbusier: Architecture, Space and the Construction of Subjectivity / Edition 1

by Lorens Holm
ISBN-10:
0415419697
ISBN-13:
9780415419697
Pub. Date:
11/20/2009
Publisher:
Taylor & Francis

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Brunelleschi, Lacan, Le Corbusier: Architecture, Space and the Construction of Subjectivity / Edition 1

This well-argued, analytic text provides a greater understanding of spatial issues in the field of architecture. Re-interpreting the fifteenth century demonstration of perspective, Lorens Holm puts it in relation to today’s theories of subjectivity and elaborates for the first time the theoretical link between architecture and psychoanalysis.

Divided into three sections, Brunelleschi, Lacan, Le Corbusier argues that perspective remains the primary and most satisfying way of representing form, because it is the paradigmatic form of spatial consciousness. Well-illustrated with over 100 images, this compelling book is a valuable study of this key aspect of architectural study and practice, making it an essential read for architects in their first year or their fiftieth.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780415419697
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 11/20/2009
Pages: 288
Product dimensions: 6.75(w) x 9.75(h) x 0.60(d)

Table of Contents

Preface: Facade … Foundation. Introduction: Vision and its Doubles Part 1: Projection and Introjection 1. Two Cartoons: The New Yorkers 2. Brunelleschi and Le Corbusier (Part 1): Photograph and Snapshot 3. Brunelleschi and Le Corbusier (Part 2): Image and Field Part 2: Perspective, the Mirror Stage of Space 4. The Origins of Perspective: Reading Manetti 5. The Origins of Perspective: Brunelleschi's Mirror 6. Intercession: The Gaze and Voice of Brunelleschi Part 3: Space and its Object 7. Desire Position Opacity and Death in the Visual Field 8. The Parthenon and Le Corbusier. Conclusion: The Death of Space

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