Февраль-Март 2018 / February-March 2018
Adaptive reuse: extending the lives of buildings
This book gives an advanced student / young practitioners introduction to a creative segment: Adaptive Reuse the adaptation of existing structure to accomodate new functions, users and contexts. Comprised are the cultural, design, planning down to the construction phases of adaptive reuse, extending beyond architecture also into interior design.
This new edition continues to provide a comprehensive introduction to all the key issues relating to the adaptation of buildings. It deals with any work to a building over and above maintenance to change its capacity, function or performance.
New design for old buildings
This book is a celebration of good new design for old buildings and the SPAB philosophy that good new architecture can sit happily alongside old and is preferable to pastiche.
В книге изложены основные теоретические подходы и перспективы микросоциологии семьи, методологические принципы исследования семейной структуры и динамики. Критически рассматриваются методы сбора и анализа данных о семейных событиях, циклах, сетях и линиях семейного поведения.
1617. Blair A. Ruble
Leningrad: Shaping a Soviet city
The author examines four major policy initiatives that have emerged in Leningrad since the 1950s—physical planning innovations, integrated scientific-production associations, vocational education reform, and socioeconomic planning—and that have been anchored in attempts to plan and manage metropolitan Leningrad.
Разрешение городских конфликтов
В монографии изложены основные теоретические концепции, связанные с городскими конфликтами, а также представлены базовые положения юридической доктрины, регулирующей права участников конфликта и статус объектов на городских территориях.
Город для пешехода
Издание предназначено для тех, кто увлекается проблемами архитектуры и культурологи. Кроме того, книга интересна также продолжением дискуссии между урбанистами и дезурбанистами и между приверженцами «архитектуры жеста» и «архитектуры контекста».
Theory of Craft
In A Theory of Craft, Howard Risatti examines these issues by comparing handmade ceramics, glass, metalwork, weaving, and furniture to painting, sculpture, photography, and machine-made design from Bauhaus to the Memphis Group.
Art Theory for beginners.
Art Theory For Beginners is a concise and entertaining survey of the major historical and current debates on art. Painters, theorists and philosophers are all included to show how the idea of art has developed over the last 5,000 years.
Emotional Design articulates the profound influence of the feelings that objects evoke, from our willingness to spend thousands of dollars on Gucci bags and Rolex watches, to the impact of emotion on the everyday objects of tomorrow.
The Business Environment
This work contains a thorough analysis of the external influences that affect business activity. Theory is backed up by a wealth of statistical data, commentary and mini case studies.
What makes the city of the future? How do you heal a divided city? In Radical Cities, Justin McGuirk travels across Latin America in search of the activist architects, maverick politicians and alternative communities already answering these questions. Radical Cities is a colorful journey through Latin America—a crucible of architectural and urban innovation.
Innovation Management: Context, Strategies, Systems
This book attempts to answer these questions by progressively building up a common understanding of innovation and creativity, positioned strategically against business needs, and exploited through innovation frameworks and best-in-class practices.
Don't go where I can't follow
Don't Go Where I Can't Follow is an eloquent appreciation of the time the author shared with his fiancée, Cheryl Weaver. The story is told using artifacts of the couple's life together, including early love notes, simple and poetic postcards, tales of their travels in written and comics form, journal entries, and drawings done in the hospital in her final days.
Branding + Interior Design
This book bridges the gap between designer and design leader and shows pros how to define, value, and communicate their vision; find clients who are a fit; and master the art of being visible. Worksheets give designers the tools to learn these strategies and apply them to their work.