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Building an historic city museum in the capital city of a country that is experiencing vehement political and economic turmoil was a challenge for all those involved. The responsible architects present the project in this volume.
Essays presented at a symposium held in January 2009 entitled, "Reassessing Rudolph: Architecture and Reputation"; held at Yale University as the culminating event of the rededication of its Yale Art and Architecture Building as Rudolph Hall.
A unique and glamorous book about British Imperial and post-Imperial architecture. Also a lively and evocative read for anyone interested in the international projection of British power and culture, particularly in connection with the Empire.
This book provides a new interpretation of Nemrud Dag, a key Hellenistic monument with both Greek and Persian elements. It develops a novel approach to understanding relations between visual style and constructing identity in antiquity, and will be important for those interested in cultural dynamics, dynastic propaganda and ancient globalisation.
Epitaphs of the Great War Passchendaele is an edited collection of headstone inscriptions from the graves of those killed during the Third Battle of Ypres - Passchendaele.
By Alan Brooks
This volume is a fully expanded and revised architectural guide to the greater part of Oxfordshire, based on Jennifer Sherwood's 1970s account, full of new information and with specially commissioned photography.The vernacular architecture of the villages and farms is well represented here, as well as notable town architecture and the...