Invisible images: the silent language of architecture and the selected works of Beverly Willis
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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THE SILENT LANGUAGE OF ARCHITECTURE
SACRED AND PROFANE
ILLUSION AND REALITY
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arch architect artist Athena's Chaise Ballet Association Building Beverly Willis Black & Roslyn building's Casa Buonarroti circular Clairvoyance classroom color Computer Center condominium connected create cultural curved dancer Deborah Meier detail entry explore facade FAClNG FAClNG PAGE floor plan forces Goeglein Goeglien Pool House Greenwich Apartment Hawaii illusion imagination interior invisible images Joshua Freiwald Ki'i landscape Laurie Black light lMAGES Manhattan Village Academy Margaret Hayward Martin Heidegger ments Michael Kanouff Morphed Museum myth Napa Valley natural nected nght Nicolai Ouroussoff Nob Hill Court outdoor Pacific Point PACIFIC POINT CONDOMINIUMS painted PAUL kLee Peter Aaron-Esto/Esto Photographics play projects rience River Run roof Roslyn Banis sacred San Francisco Ballet sculpture shadow shape Shown Winery silent language space stone student symbolic THlS tion Tnptych townhouses Transformation Triptych TRANSFORMATlON TRlPTYCH trompe l'oeil UNION STREET STORES Venus of Willendorf visible form visual Wappa Willis's wood