Anatomy of Architecture

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A & W Publishers, Incorporated, 1979 - Architecture - 192 pages
Examines the great architectural styles, the background to their evolutions, and the means by which the buildings within them were achieved. The many superb pieces of specially commissioned cut-away artwork, researched with the aid of computer techniques, provide an intriguing and informative study of the world's greatest structures from the Great Pyramid of Cheops to examples of modern architectural styles, and, together with the clear and informative text, make this a fascinating book for both expert and layman.--From publisher description.

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Introduction
6
Japanese Architecture
84
Mediaeval Castles
93
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