AD: interdisciplinary architecture

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Wiley-Academy, Sep 11, 2001 - Architecture - 224 pages
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Interdisciplinary cooperations between art and architecture are extremely important in order to maintain the highest level of interaction and progression of design. This volume explores the collaborations that have achieved the maximum level of success, through presenting extracts from previous issues of Architectural Design.

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Contents

Transgressions
16
Neil Spiller
29
Frames of Mind
35
Copyright

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About the author (2001)

NICOLETTA TRASI was born in Rome, Italy in 1963, and graduated in Architecture at the University of Rome 'La Sapienza' where she obtained a PhD in Architectural Composition (Theories of Architecture). Since 1990 she has been involved in research activities in France, obtaining the CEAA specialisation (Certificat d'╔ tudes Approfondies en Architecture) in Theories of Architecture, and a DEA (Dipl˘ me d'╔ tudes Approfondies) at the Sorbonne University in Paris where she has undertaken studies for a PhD in the History of Contemporary Art. She is now a lecturer at the faculty of Architecture in Rome and collaborates with the University of Pescara, whilst continuing in architectural practice. The author of numerous articles and essays, her most recent publication (in collaboration with Paola Misino) is AndrÚ Wogenscky, Raisons profondes de la forme published by Le Moniteur.

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