Architecture, Form, Space & Order

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Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1979 - Architecture - 394 pages
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Interprets form as the architect's basic tool, analyzes a wide range of models, and examines each model's specific application in history, demonstrating the timelessness of basic architectural elements and principles

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This is a good overview of architecture. It is great for anyone just beginning in the field or someone who is interested in architecture and wants to learn more. It covers a variety of topics with beautiful illustrations. Read full review

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Francis D.K. Ching graduated cum laude with a five-year professional degree from the University of Notre Dame in 1966. His accomplishments included instructing at Ohio University and Cornish College of the Arts, teaching as an assistant professor at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, and lecturing at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. He was a visiting scholar at the Tokyo Institute of Technology. He has been a professor of architecture at the University of Washington since 1992. Ching's published works including Architecture: Form, Space, & Order, A Visual Dictionary of Architecture, and Interior Design Illustrated, focus on clarifying and communicating architectural element, principles, and relationships. Ching earned a Citation for Excellence in International Book Publishing in 1992, and two years later he was honored with the Graham Foundation Grant to develop a two-volume reader for Design Drawing.

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