|Title||Reading architecture and culture : researching buildings, spaces, and documents|
|Author||edited by Adam Sharr|
|Imprint||London : Routledge, 2012|
|Descript||xviii, 252 p. : ill. ; 26 cm|
Breathing walls / David Leatherbarrow -- An augury of collapse: Herzog and De Meuron's CaixaForum in Madrid / Adam Sharr -- Fostering relations in Kazakhstan / Edward Wainwright -- Reading the site at Sverre Fehn's Hamar museum / Suzanne Ewing -- A hellish cloud and a very clear air: industry, nature and weather in early eighteenth-century England / Jonathan Hill -- Extension stories / Flora Samuel -- Lounge space: the home, the city and the service area / Samuel Austin -- The architecture of urban life: 67 rue des Meuniers / Diana Periton -- The setting and the social condenser: transitional objects in architecture and psychoanalysis / Jane Rendell -- Four lines / Michael Cadwell -- 'God is in the details'/'The detail is moot': a meeting between Mies and Koolhaas / Mhairi McVicar -- Specifying transparency: from 'best seconds' to 'new glass performances' / Katie Lloyd Thomas -- Making plans: Alberti's ichnography as cultural artefact / Paul Emmons and Jonathan Foote -- How the mind meets architecture: what photography reveals / Hugh Campbell -- An architectural good-life can be built, explained and taught only through storytelling / Marco Frascari.
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