Tectonics: The meaning of form

Karl Christiansen, Per Aage Brandt

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Abstrakt

Tectonics – The meaning of form deals with one of the core topics of architecture: the relationship between form and content. In the world of architecture, form is not only made from brick, glass and wood. Form means something. When a material is processed with sufficient technical skill and insight, a form, that cannot be described or explained in any other way, appears. The purpose of tectonics is apparent when form and content merge and become one.The book contains 50 essays – specific stories that seem unrelated, but all revolve around form and content in different ways, with different perspectives. You can read the chapters in any order you like – from the beginning, end or the middle. There is no correct order. The project is methodologically inductive: the more essays you read, the broader your knowledge of tectonics get.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
UdgivelsesstedAarhus
ForlagSystime
Antal sider196
ISBN (Trykt)9788761668141
ISBN (Elektronisk)9788761668165
StatusUdgivet - 15 dec. 2015

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