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Modern Architecture: Representation and Reality, Levine, Mr. Neil
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Author Name:    Levine, Mr. Neil

Title:   Modern Architecture: Representation and Reality

Binding:   Hardcover

Book Condition:   Very Good

Jacket Condition:   Very Good

Publisher:    Yale University Press 2009

ISBN Number:   0300145675 / 9780300145670

Seller ID:   IM239000

0300145675 First Printing [1st Printing]. In Very Good, mylar-wrapped dust jacket. B&W and colour photographs and illustrations throughout.

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In this handsome book, esteemed architectural historian Neil Levine investigates for the first time the complex history of representation--the use and meaning of architectural signifiers--from the 18th through the 20th century. Using the lens of a continuous theoretical argument, Levine provides a detailed survey and critical analysis of major works by a host of modern architects, including Etienne-Louis Boullee, Nicholas Hawksmoor, Louis Kahn, Henri Labrouste, Augustus Welby Pugin, Karl Friedrich Schinkel, John Soane, Louis Sullivan, Mies van der Rohe, Eugene Viollet-le-Duc, and Frank Lloyd Wright. Levine posits that all modern architects, much like visual artists, have had to grapple with issues of representation in their work. Interweaving influential examples from outside the scope of modern architecture, Levine traces the history of representation in architecture, and in writings on architecture, both within each architect's oeuvre and throughout the centuries discussed. The book features previously unpublished images, many created for this publication, and it addresses a variety of specific cases while offering an original and panoramic view of the history of architecture. Beautifully written and accessible, "Modern Architecture" is destined to become a classic.""



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