The Phenomenon of Architecture in Cultures in Change focuses on the study of architectural design and its impact in the developing world.
The book first elaborates on architectural function and problems and building problems. Discussions focus on a unified form of classification to characterize building context, architecture and society, development process and the building process, understanding of architectural form, and exploring architecture. The text then ponders on economy, intentions, ideas, and method in design. Topics include method in design work, formal articulation and architectural expression, synthesis of critical approaches, architectural ideas, search for system in design work, and economy and the design process. The manuscript examines education and architecture and community, as well as urbanizing rural region, residential urban renewal, and town design service.
The book is a dependable source of data for architects and researchers interested in the phenomenon of architecture.
Introduction to the Study of Architectural Design in the Context of Social and Economic Development
Part One: Architecture as Activity
1 Architectural Thought
2 Architectural Function
Part Two: The Design Environment
3 Architectural Problems
4 Building Problems
Part Three: An Anatomy of Design Work
8 Method in Design
Part Four: Design in Action
9 Architecture and Building
10 Architecture and Community
Part Five: The Design of Tomorrow
11 Inventing the Future
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- © Pergamon 1970
- 1st January 1970
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