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Body, memory, and architecture

by Kent C. Bloomer

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Published by Yale University Press in New Haven .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Architecture -- Human factors,
  • Architectural design

  • Edition Notes

    StatementKent C. Bloomer and Charles W. Moore ; with a contribution by Robert Yudell.
    SeriesA Yale paperbound
    ContributionsMoore, Charles Willard, 1925- joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsNA2542.4 .B57
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 147 p. :
    Number of Pages147
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4563063M
    ISBN 100300021399, 0300021429
    LC Control Number77076304

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Body, Memory, and Architecture traces the significance of the body from its place as the divine organizing principle in the earliest built forms to its near elimination from architectural thought in this century.

This book, an outgrowth of their joint teaching efforts, places the human body at the center of our understanding of architectural form. Body, Memory, and Architecture traces the significance of the body from its place as the divine organizing principle in the earliest built forms to its near elimination from architectural thought in this : $ This book, an outgrowth of their joint teaching efforts, places the human body at the center of our understanding of architectural form.

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The first half of the book contains the authors’ ideas about bodies in space and the relationship between the human form and.

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Body, Memory, and Architecture traces the significance of 5/5(2). This book, an outgrowth of their joint teaching efforts, places the human body at the center of our understanding of architectural form. Body, Memory, and Architecture traces the significance of the body from its place as the divine organizing principle in the earliest built forms to its near elimination from architectural thought in this century.

Description of the book "Body, Memory and Architecture": Traces the significance of the human body in architecture from its early place as the divine organizing principle to its present near elimination Reviews of the Body, Memory and Architecture. Body,Memory, and Architecture Kenr C.

Bloomer and Charles W. Moore Contents Preface IX A cknowledgments Xl 1 Beyond the Body Boundary 1 2 TheMechanization ofArchitecture 15 3 The Sense ofBeauty 23 4 Some Twentieth-CenturyModels of Sense Perception 31 5 Body-ImageTheory 37 6 Body, Memory, and Community 45 7 Body Movement 57 8 Place, Path.

Body, Memory and Architecture (Yale Paperbound) by Jennifer Bloomer () [Jennifer Bloomer] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Excellent Book. For Pallasmaa, architecture is experienced not as a set of visual images, but ‘in its fully embodied material and spiritual presence,’ with good architecture offering pleasurable shapes and surfaces for the eye, giving rise to ‘images of memory, imagination and dream.’ ().

Body, Memory, and Architecture is an outgrowth of the authors' joint efforts to teach that the body is at the center of our understanding of architectural form."?Steve Levingston, San Francisco Review. This book, an outgrowth of their joint teaching efforts, places the human body at the center of our understanding of architectural form.

Body, Memory, and Architecture traces the significance of the body from its place as the divine organizing principle in the earliest built forms to its near elimination from architectural thought in this century/5(7).

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Body, memory, and architecture. [Kent C Bloomer; Charles W Moore] -- This book is a product of our joint efforts to teach fundamentals of architectural design to first. Body Memory, Metaphor and Movement is an interdisciplinary volume with contributions from philosophers, cognitive scientists, and movement therapists.

Part one provides the phenomenologically grounded definition of body memory with its different typologies. Part two follows the aim to integrate phenomenology, conceptual metaphor theory, and embodiment approaches from the cognitive.

"A slightly more serious side of Moore is revealed in his book Body, Memory, and Architecture (, with Kent C. Bloomer), which is based on a freshman course Moore and Bloomer put together at Yale in the mids. Although the book is meant to be an introductory guide to a few basic concepts of architectural design, the content is rather.

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Moore, Charles Willard, Book. English. Published New Haven: Yale University Press, Available at GSA Library. GSA Library – One available in Reading List Collection (Ask at Desk Memory: architecture; Body-image: architecture; Body image: architecture; Architecture.Body, Memory, and Architecture (Yale Paperbound) 作者: Kent C.

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