- NOV 20, 2009
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What's in the book
The BookIn Looking Beyond the Structure, architect Dan Bucsescu and philosopher Michael Eng record their conversations about the relationship of the built environment and other forms of design to the culture in which they are created. The authors exchange their interpretations of selected readings about design theory and invite the reader to join in the discussion. Questions following each chapter’s reading stimulate critical thinking about the philosophies and theories of design, and additional assignments encourage students to express their critical thinking skills visually.
Table of Contents
What Is Critical Thinking?
What Are Appearance and Reality?
What Is Form? What Is Function?
What Is Place?
What Is Natural? What Is Artificial?
What Is Meaning?
What Is Time?
What Is the Body?
What Is Creativity?
What Is Style?
What Is Society? Or What Is a Better Tomorrow?
About The AuthorsDan Bucsescu and Michael Eng are both based at the Pratt Institute, John Carroll University.
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- Fairchild Books
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