The Dynamics of Architectural Form: Based on the 1975 Mary Duke Biddle Lectures at the Cooper Union
An authority on the psychological interpretation of the visual arts directs attention to the expressive visual features of buildings and the perceptual consequences of architecture
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Space created by things 9 Architectural implications 13 The fields
Asymmetrical space 32 Vision takes to the upright 35 Piercing
Buildings in context 67 Boundless ground 68 The interplay
AS IT LOOKS AND AS IT IS
Perceiving a solid 110 Perspective deformations 112 The thread
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Limited preview - 1977
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