E–book [Experiencing Architecture] À Steen Eiler Rasmussen


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    E–book [Experiencing Architecture] À Steen Eiler Rasmussen Form can also give an impression of heaviness or lightness A wall built of large stones which we realize must have

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    E–book [Experiencing Architecture] À Steen Eiler Rasmussen review Õ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ´ Steen Eiler Rasmussen review Experiencing Architecture I have read about two dozen books on architecture; this is the most helpful by far Daylight in Architecture ch VIII not only explains light and buildings but explains Vermeer's use of light in his paintings a double bonus H

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    E–book [Experiencing Architecture] À Steen Eiler Rasmussen I never thought much about architecture in the past and now wonder why I was recommended ‘Experiencing Architecture’ by an architect and I was hesitant to grab it because of my lack of knowledge on the field I can now say that this book is an essential for art lovers and you will understand why shortly after having started reading the preface “It is possible to get as much pleasure from architecture as th

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    review Experiencing Architecture Steen Eiler Rasmussen ´ 0 Summary review Õ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ´ Steen Eiler Rasmussen I was given this book for my first design class we were supposed to write an essay of our thoughts about the book and if it changed our way to experience architecture or the lack thereof We had several projects going on and competitions as well that my professor lost focus on the book and dismissed the paper Which I think was a shame because I could have learned so much from itAfter four semesters 2 years I decided to

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    review Õ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ´ Steen Eiler Rasmussen Steen Eiler Rasmussen ´ 0 Summary E–book [Experiencing Architecture] À Steen Eiler Rasmussen Amazing eye opening book Author describes high level concepts in architecture form void light sound and does that in a very accessible way that even art resistant engineer can understand Book contains many photos illustrating mentioned concepts My absolute favourite is the first chapter about form the idea that little children learn to understand materials as hard or soft heavy or light and apply this knowledge in later life to ar

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    E–book [Experiencing Architecture] À Steen Eiler Rasmussen I would give this 35 stars if I could This is the first book I have read on architecture and it has introduced me to a number of exciting ideas

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    review Experiencing Architecture Steen Eiler Rasmussen ´ 0 Summary E–book [Experiencing Architecture] À Steen Eiler Rasmussen I took Deaf Studies Deaf Spaces This was applied to this book and helped us to understand how the architecture works It applied to our project for Deaf Space course Teacher's concepts and the book guided our ideas to remodel early 1900's houses on row at Gally University

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    E–book [Experiencing Architecture] À Steen Eiler Rasmussen review Õ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ´ Steen Eiler Rasmussen I liked this because it was an architecture book And it had great photosThe words didn't do a ton for me but they were still

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    E–book [Experiencing Architecture] À Steen Eiler Rasmussen Steen Eiler Rasmussen ´ 0 Summary review Õ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ´ Steen Eiler Rasmussen I did enjoy this little volume and will be content to have it sit among the other books on architecture on my shelves but almost for the crisp yet creamy black and white photos of walnut chairs teacups bricks for the silken sheen of the paper

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    E–book [Experiencing Architecture] À Steen Eiler Rasmussen Steen Eiler Rasmussen ´ 0 Summary A great primer for understanding the principles of good architecture and design This book isn’t the most approachable on the subject however and I think it best serves those who are pursuing architecture as a career or someone who has some baseline knowledge of the subject already Because it relies heavily on

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Experiencing Architecture Summary Ü 0 Profusely illustrated with fine instances of architectural experimentation through the centuries Experiencing Architecture manages to convey the intellectual excitement of superb design From teacups riding boots golf balls and underwater sculpture to the villas of Palladio and the fish feeding pavilion of the Peking Winter Palace the author ranges over the less familiar byways of. I never thought much about architecture in the past and now wonder why I was recommended Experiencing Architecture by an architect and I was hesitant to grab it because of my lack of knowledge on the field I can now say that this book is an essential for art lovers and you will understand why shortly after having started reading the preface It is possible to get as much pleasure from architecture as the nature lover does from plants The book elaborates on this idea by giving mind blowing examples from our daily lives and drawing comparing analogies with activities and elements we can all relate to Not only can you see touch and hear architecture but through these senses you can also feel it In Dickens s novels buildings and interiors acuire souls in some demoniacal way corresponding to the souls of the inhabitants The author indirectly touches upon literature uite a few times and after reading this sentence I immediately remembered how Mr Dickens s descriptions of scenery and buildings feel vivid and real so much so that I feel anxious when the time a character spends there is elongated So it is Mr Dickens himself that EXPERIENCED architecture in the first place and then used his craft of storytelling to make the readers experience it through words I highlighted so many parts of this book that it s impossible to summarize them in a short review but I will conclude this with my very favorite uote from the book If we believe that the object of architecture is to provide a framework for people s lives then the rooms in our houses and the relation between them must be determined by the way we will live in them and move through them

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Experiencing Architecture Summary Ü 0 Designing excellenceAt one time writes Rasmussen the entire community tool part in forming the dwellings and implements they used The individual was in fruitful contact with these things; the anonymous houses were built with a natural feeling for place materials and use and the result was a remarkably suitable comeliness Today in our highly civilized society the houses which ord. Amazing eye opening book Author describes high level concepts in architecture form void light sound and does that in a very accessible way that even art resistant engineer can understand Book contains many photos illustrating mentioned concepts My absolute favourite is the first chapter about form the idea that little children learn to understand materials as hard or soft heavy or light and apply this knowledge in later life to architectural objects I also liked the chapters on light and sound Some chapters were less obvious to me especially the one about contrast of empty volumes and blocks Nevertheless I consider this book a very good intro to understanding architecture

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Experiencing Architecture Summary Ü 0 Inary people are doomed to live in and gaze upon are on the whole without uality We cannot however go back to the old method of personally supervised handicrafts We must strive to advance by arousing interest in and understanding of the work the architect does The basis of competent professionalism is a sympathetic and knowledgeable group of amateurs of non professional art lover. I liked this because it was an architecture book And it had great photosThe words didn t do a ton for me but they were still good and it suggested a few new things to think about for me the sonic shape of a space for instance I loved the impression the author gave of how badly he loved to sing and whistle in marble bathroomsThere was one passage that reminded me of the Whitman poem When I Heard the Learned AstronomerReminds me of Whitman learned astronomerA German theorist has described at length how color can be used to emphasize not only what is large and what is small but also what is up and what is down The floor he says like the art we walk on should give an impression of gravity Therefore it should have the gray or brown tones of clay or rocky ground Walls on the other hand should have color like flowering shrubs and trees and everything that rises above the solid earth And finally the ceiling should be light and airy in tones of white or delicate shades of pink and blue like the sky over our heads It would give a feeling of insecurity he claims to walk on pink or blue floors and we would feel the ceiling as a heavy load weighing us down if it were painted a dark color As I sit reading his rather theoretical explanation I raise my eyes from the book and gaze about the room The floor is covered with a Chinese rug in lovely indigo blue on which I walk every day without the slightest feeling of insecurity

  • Paperback
  • 256
  • Experiencing Architecture
  • Steen Eiler Rasmussen
  • English
  • 05 September 2019
  • 9780262680028