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100 Ideas that Changed Architecture

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Details

  • Published: Feb 03 2020
  • Pages: 216
  • 588 g
  • 216 x 168mm
  • ISBN: 9781786275677
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Press Reviews

  • I think this is an extremely interesting way to consider the development of building design and architecture. I would strongly recommend it as essential reading to any student studying the built environment course. GAVIN TUNSTALL - NOTTINGHAM TRENT UNIVERSITY
  • ABIGAIL SILLITTO

    NEWCASTLE-UNDER-LYME COLLEGE
    Accessible information on key themes, each presented across double page spread. Chronological order helps students to comprehend the progression of developing technology/chemical advances in photography that impact the visual aspects. Great as a reference book, a great starting point to then explore these areas in further detail.