Architecture

  • A Landscape for Learning

    A Landscape for Learning

    A History of the Grounds of the University of Western Australia

    By George Seddon, Gillian Lilleyman

    The University of Western Australia campus is one of the most beautiful, if not the most beautiful, of university campuses in Australia. This book documents the history of the university grounds, and its design,...

    Cloth - 9781920694517 - $ 58.50

  • APEX

    APEX

    Retracing the Egyptian Pyramids

    By Ole Jorgen Bryn

    Global headlines were made when Norwegian architect and researcher Ole J. Bryn published his first article on the ancient Egyptian pyramids in 2010. Unlike numerous existing theories concerning the building of these immense stone structures - often put forward by historians, Egyptologists, and...

    Cloth - 9788251927499 - $ 32.00

  • Architecture - Civilization - Gender

    Architecture - Civilization - Gender

    Residential Building, the Civilizing Process of Dwelling Practices and Changes in the Family

    By Katharina Weresch

    In line with German sociologist Norbert Elias' civilizing process, this book describes how architecture has been perceived with regard to dwelling practices over an extended period of societal development. The genealogy of the civilizing process...

    Cloth - 9783643906137 - $ 52.95

  • Architecture - Civilization - Gender

    Architecture - Civilization - Gender

    Residential Building, the Civilizing Process of Dwelling Practices and Changes in the Family

    By Katharina Weresch

    In line with German sociologist Norbert Elias' civilizing process, this book describes how architecture has been perceived with regard to dwelling practices over an extended period of societal development. The genealogy of the civilizing process...

    Paper - 9783643908094 - $ 52.95

  • Architecture for Children

    Architecture for Children

    By Sarah Scott

    So much of the teaching of children in early learning settings revolves around the importance of a child's environment and its impact on their development. Children are unique individuals with heightened sensory needs and special scale considerations. They move through and perceive space in a totally different...

    Paper - 9780864318541 - $ 79.95

  • Bank Architecture in Dublin

    Bank Architecture in Dublin

    A History to c.1940

    By Michael O'Neill

    This book, commissioned as an action of the Dublin City Heritage Plan, opens with an historical introduction to 18th- and 19th-century banking, beginning with private banking concerns, the emergence of the Bank of Ireland, and the arrival of large joint-stock companies. The architecture of...

    Paper - 9781902703381 - $ 29.95

  • Between Devotion and Design

    Between Devotion and Design

    The Architecture of John Cyril Hawes

    By John Taylor

    Sensitive to the elements of the environment and the different cultures within which he worked, architect John Cyril Hawes developed an idiosyncratic and imaginative style. This was particularly evident in his use of Arts and Crafts, Romanesque, and modernist design elements. Extensively...

    Cloth - 9781876268169 - $ 82.00

  • Between Duty and Design

    Between Duty and Design

    The architect-soldier Sir J.J. Talbot Hobbs

    By John J. Taylor

    This book was short listed for the Western Australia Premier Book Award in the Western Australia History catagory in Oct. 2016In 1914, a strong sense of duty determined that the diminutive 50-year-old architect-soldier J.J. Talbot Hobbs would serve in World War...

    Paper - 9781742586205 - $ 59.99

  • Boomtown 2050

    Boomtown 2050

    Scenarios for a Rapidly Growing City

    By Richard Weller

    Perth, Australia, is one of the world's most isolated cities in one of the world's most precious biological regions, and it is struggling to find sustainable sources of water, food, and energy. A place that was for so long synonymous with the...

    Cloth - 9781921401213 - $ 99.95

  • Bridge in Berlin

    Bridge in Berlin

    Fragments of a journey between Necropolis and Elysium

    By Ole Pihl

    Bridge in Berlin is a phenomenological poetic journey in time and space discovering the bridge's importance, exemplified and told from a certain bridge in Berlin: Friedrichsbruecke at the Museum Island. One of the protagonists in the book is the great...

    Paper - 9788771125764 - $ 32.00