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by Harold Kalman

eBook A History of Canadian Architecture: 2 Volume Set ePub
Author: Harold Kalman
Language: English
ISBN: 019541103X
ISBN13: 978-0195411034
Publisher: Oxford University Press (November 24, 1994)
Pages: 956
Category: Engineering
Subcategory: Building
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 116
Formats: mbr docx txt mobi
ePub file: 1492 kb
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Among them are a respect for nature, natural forms, and local materials; a tendency to absorb ideas from abroad and themsimplify or restrain them; a preference for the middle ground between extreme modernism and extreme traditionalism; and a flair for innovation in response to social needs.

In this monumental, two-volume set-the first comprehensive study of Canadian architecture-Harold . The author also includes the history and development of Canada, bringing this 2 volume set an interesting addition to any Architectural library. Seller Inventory 135953.

In this monumental, two-volume set-the first comprehensive study of Canadian architecture-Harold Kalman presents a rich panorama, treating the vast range of Canadian building, from the native peoples and first settlers to the recent past to the present day. He describes the country's architectural history in a lucid and engaging narrative, placing the buildings firmly in a social and cultural context to illuminate distinct characteristics of Canadian architects and architecture.

A History of Canadian Architecture (Vol 2). by Harold Kalman. ISBN13:9780195411607. Release Date:February 1996.

Writing these two volumes over ten years, Harold Kalman has produced a rich panorama, treating the vast range of Canadian building from the dwellings of the native peoples and the first settlers to buildings of the recent past and the present day.

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A History of Canadian Architecture. 860 Black and White photographs.

North American Issues. Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians Vol. 54 No. 2, Ju. 1995 (pp. 242-244) DOI: 1. 307/990975. Find this author on Google Scholar. Thank you for your interest in spreading the word on Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians. 2 Volume Set. Published April 11, 1996 by Oxford University Press, USA.

In this monumental two-volume set, the first comprehensive study of Canadian architecture, Kalman has produced a rich panorama, treating the vast range of Canadian building from the dwellings of the native peoples and the first settlers to buildings of the recent past and the present.

In this monumental two-volume set, the first comprehensive study of Canadian architecture, Kalman has produced a rich panorama, treating the vast range of Canadian building from the dwellings of the native peoples and the first settlers to buildings of the recent past and the present day. He describes the country"s architectural history in a lucid and interesting narrative, and places the buildings firmly in a social and cultural context, to bring to light some distinctive characteristics of Canadian architects and architecture.

In this monumental two-volume set, the first comprehensive study of Canadian architecture, Kalman has produced a rich panorama, treating the vast range of Canadian building from the dwellings of the native peoples and the first settlers to buildings of the recent past and the present day. He describes the country's architectural history in a lucid and interesting narrative, and places the buildings firmly in a social and cultural context, to bring to light some distinctive characteristics of Canadian architects and architecture. Lavishly illustrated with over 800 black and white drawings and photographs, the books will be an essential reference for anyone interested in architectural history.
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