Fb2 The architecture of Italy ePub
by Doreen Yarwood
|Publisher:||Harper & Row; [1st U.S. ed.] edition (1970)|
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Doreen Yarwood, nee Cawthra (1919-1999) was an English historian of clothing, interiors and architecture. Doreen Cawthra was born in Yorkshire on 12 December 1919, the daughter of the sculptor Hermon Cawthra
Doreen Yarwood, nee Cawthra (1919-1999) was an English historian of clothing, interiors and architecture. Doreen Cawthra was born in Yorkshire on 12 December 1919, the daughter of the sculptor Hermon Cawthra. Trained in art and design, she lectured at several institutions, including in the Women's Royal Air Force. In 1948 she became a full-time writer. She was an extra-mural lecturer at Sussex University, the University of Surrey, and London University.
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Doreen Yarwood, nee Cawthra (1919-1999) was an English historian of clothing, interiors and architecture. The Architecture of England: from prehistoric times to the present day. London: B. T. Batsford, 1963.
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Doreen Yarwood shows that Art Nouveau was the first movement to break with this eclecticism, but that it nonetheless .
Doreen Yarwood shows that Art Nouveau was the first movement to break with this eclecticism, but that it nonetheless drew its inspiration from the past. She illustrates how the modern movement, developed in some countries between the wars, used concrete, steel, and glass for strength and simplicity. Le Corbusier, Walter Gropius, Mies van der Rohe, and others used this approach to great effect; in the 1950s it became a mass movement. The 1970s brought calls for an architecture reunited with its environment, leading to the safety of classicism or light-hearted eclecticism
Notable structures examined.
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