Chora 3: Intervals in the Philosophy of Architecture

Chora 3: Intervals in the Philosophy of Architecture

Stephen Parcell


The 13 essays during this assortment comprise old topics in addition to speculative theoretical "projects" that blur traditional barriers among background and fiction. Ricardo Castro offers an unique analyzing of the Kogi tradition in Colombia; Maria Karvouni explores philological and architectonic connections among the Greek demas (the political person) and domus (the house); Mark Rozahegy speculates on relationships among structure and reminiscence; Myriam Blais discusses technical innovations by way of sixteenth-century French architect Philibert de l'Orme; Alberto Pérez-Gómez examines the past due sixteenth-century reconstruction of the Temple of Jerusalem by way of Juan Bautista Villalpando; Janine Debanné bargains a brand new standpoint on Guarino Guarini's Chapel of the Holy Shroud in Turin; Katja Grillner examines the early seventeenth-century writings of Salomon de Caus and his outfitted paintings in Heidelberg; David Winterton displays on Charles-François Viel's "Letters"; Franca Trubiano appears at Jean-Jacques Lequeu's arguable Civil structure; Henrik Reeh considers the paintings of Sigfried Kracauer, a disciple of Walter Benjamin; Irena ðantovská Murray displays on paintings by means of artist Jana Sterbak; artist Ellen Zweig offers a textual venture that demonstrates the charged poetic area created via movie makers resembling Antonioni and Hitchcock; and Swedish author and architect Sören Thurell asks a riddle approximately structure and its mimetic origins. The essays during this quantity reveal a reconciliatory structure that respects cultural modifications, recognizes the globalization of technological tradition, and issues to a referent except itself.

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