- 出版社: W. W. Norton & Company (2010年10月18日)
- 平装: 144页
- 语种： 英语
- ISBN: 0393732932
- 条形码: 9780393732931
- 商品尺寸: 15.2 x 1.3 x 23.1 cm
- 商品重量: 386 g
- ASIN: 0393732932
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The Architecture of Patterns (英语) 平装 – 2010年10月18日
“[B]oldly designed and visually punctuated by art director David Carson.” (Architects + Artisans)
“This is a seductively designed theoretical text which architects may actually be compelled to pick up and have on their studio desk and, while it would fit well as supplemental reading in an undergraduate or graduate architectural theory course, it has a lot to offer for students at work in the design studio. The book makes its case quickly and supports it with several high-quality images.” (Architectural Research Quarterly)
“[T]he authors’ frequent repetition of the idea that architecture is ― at its heart ― the synthesis of many patterns of ‘spatial and temporal demands, integrating material and social behaviors and combining cultural trends [and] formal desires’ is profound.” (Ann Lok Lui - ArchNewsNow)
“[T]he graphic design (images, fonts, horizontal layout) works with the words to create spreads that highlight the smaller, intricate ideas within the larger pattern of the book’s complex theorizations.” (John Hill - Daily Dose of Architecture)
“Wise words, well-served….Quirky, thinky and surprising, this soft-cover book is a piece of art unto itself, thanks to its smart observations and clever design. The authors find the patterns of the 21st century ―in weavings, on manhole covers, on the bottom of sneakers ― and argue them as an inspirational starting point for building design.” (The Denver Post)
“The book offers captivating surprises as it unveils how patterns link seemingly disjointed categories, such as botany and graffiti or sensation and organization…redefines patterns, illuminating their transient and sensory traits that are often overlooked. It offers designers an abundance of ways to showcase the unique traits of patterns and incorporate them into smart and innovative designs.” (Zoe Namerow - Contract Magazine's "Talk Contract" blog)
Paul Andersen is the founder of !ndie architecture and a licensed architect. He has taught at Cornell’s College of Architecture, Art, and Planning, and at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design.
David Salomon holds a PhD from the Critical Studies in Architecture program at UCLA. He currently teaches architectural history and design at the University of Pennsylvania and Cornell University.
David Carson is one of the world’s most influential graphic designers, known particularly for his inventive use of typography. He was the art director of Ray Gun magazine and has made several books, including The End of Print.