Classic Readings in Architecture
Jay M. Stein, Kent F. Spreckelmeyer
WCB/McGraw-Hill, 1999 - Architecture - 509 pages
Intended as either the main text or a supplement for the Introduction to Architecture course at the senior or first year graduate level. The book consists of a set of reading of "classics" in different subject areas normally covered in a introductory course. The complete collection of readings represents a comprehensive introduction to the field of architecture.
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PART ONE ARCHITECTURE AS ARTIFACT
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