Invisible images: the silent language of architecture and the selected works of Beverly Willis

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National Building Museum, Oct 27, 1997 - Architecture - 112 pages
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A book for readers of the 21st century who have learned--and demand--to interact with media that includes both ideas and imagery, "Invisible Images" contains 170 stunning photographs and drawings of Willis's own architectural projects, multimedia art, and symbols.

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Contents

THE SILENT LANGUAGE OF ARCHITECTURE
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SACRED AND PROFANE
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ILLUSION AND REALITY
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