The Theory of Architecture: Concepts Themes & Practices
The Theory of Architecture Concepts, Themes & Practices Paul-Alan Johnson Although it has long been thought that theory directs architectural practice, no one has explained precisely how the connection between theory and practice is supposed to work. This guide asserts that architectural theory does not direct practice, but is itself a form of reflective practice. Paul...more
Paperback, 512 pages
Published April 15th 1994 by John Wiley & Sons
(first published 1994)
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Jul 11, 2007 Granita Ika rated it 5 of 5 stars · review of another edition Recommends it for: architecture student
Pak Ikaputra introduced me this book on his lecture. I read it fast, I didn't understand. I read it again, I didn't understand. yet, I know it's a "hardcore" theory book. I read it so slowly and finally I found something and this book really amazing me. I could find so much perspective about architecture, the most comprehensive architecture theory book I ever know. Everytime I need any explanation about architecture, I come to this book. I't really worth to read.