Kingston university session 2000/01



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Every building is built for a specific use in a specific place and for a specific society.





Yes, of course you can and must fly, but it should be with one

foot on the ground - or at least a big toe."

Alvar Aalto



Bibliography


  1. Hale, J.A. (2000). Building ideas, an introduction to architectural theory. Wiley

  2. Hegel (1949). The phenomenology of mind. 2nd edition

  3. Schulz-Nornberg, C. (1971). New concepts of architecture :Existence, space and architecture. Audio vista London.

  4. Notes, Lecture 1, What is culture?, Kingston University, October 2000

  5. Karl Fleig. Alvar Aalto. New York: Praeger Publishers. p175

  6. URL: http//: www.AlvarAalto.com

  7. Christian Norberg –Scuulz. Architecture: meaning and place, Selected essays. Electa/Rizzoli New York, 1988. p46

  8. URL: http://www.GreatBuildings.com/buildings/Villa_Mairea.html

  9. Richard Weston, Villa Mairea

  10. Peter Zumthor. ‘A way of looking at things’, Architecture and Urbanism. February 1998.

  11. URL:hyyp//:www.GreatBuildings.com/buildings/zumthor.com

  12. URL: http//: www.villaMairea.com

  13. Frampton Kenneth. Modern Architecture. A Critical History. Thames and Huston Ltd, London, 1985

  14. John Dewey, Art as Experience, Perigee books, New York, 1934, p59

  15. Christian Norberg –Scuulz. Genius Loci, towards a phenomenology of architecture. Academy Editions London, 1980. pp195-196

  16. Dolibor Vesely. ‘The phenomenology of architecture’. Seminar at the University of Huston, 1984

  17. T. Granham, ‘A Green Lesson from Metaphysics; Seeing to much wood for the trees’ in Green Shift Symposium, p6

  18. URL: http://www.GreatBuildings.com/buildings/Villa_Mairea.html




1 Notes, Lecture 1, What is culture?, Kingston University, October 2000

2 Karl Fleig. Alvar Aalto. New York: Praeger Publishers. p175


3 URL: http//:www.AlvarAalto.com

4 Richard Weston, Villa Mairea

5 Peter Zumthor. ‘A way of looking at things’, Architecture and Urbanism. February 1998.

6 Peter Zumthor. ‘A way of looking at things’, Architecture and Urbanism. February 1998.


7 URL:hyyp//:www.zumthor.com

8 URL: http//: www.villaMairea.com

9 Frampton Kenneth. Modern Architecture. A Critical History. Thames and Huston Ltd, London, 1985

10 Christian Norberg –Scuulz. Architecture: meaning and place, Selected essays. Electa/Rizzoli New York, 1988. p42


 Peter Zumthor’s design stood out among others because it was the only design to propose a square as an urban area.


11 John Dewey, Art as Experience, Perigee books, New York, 1934, p59

12 Christian Norberg –Scuulz. Genius Loci, towards a phenomenology of architecture. Academy Editions London, 1980. pp195-196

13 Peter Zumthor. ‘A way of looking at things’, Architecture and Urbanism. February 1998.

14 Peter Zumthor. ‘A way of looking at things’, Architecture and Urbanism. February 1998.

15 URL: http//:www.AlvarAalto.com

16 Peter Zumthor. ‘A way of looking at things’, Architecture and Urbanism. February 1998.

17 Dolibor Vesely. ‘The phenomenology of architecture’. Seminar at the University of Huston, 1984

18 T. Granham, ‘A Green Lesson from Metaphysics; Seeing to much wood for the trees’ in Green Shift Symposium, p6

19 Christian Norberg –Scuulz. Architecture: meaning and place, Selected essays. Electa/Rizzoli New York, 1988. p48


20 Christian Norberg –Scuulz. Architecture: meaning and place, Selected essays. Electa/Rizzoli New York, 1988. p46


21URL: http://www.GreatBuildings.com/buildings/Villa_Mairea.html

22 Christian Norberg –Scuulz. Architecture: meaning and place, Selected essays. Electa/Rizzoli New York, 1988. p14



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