Intentions in Architecture

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Table of contents

  • Title Page 3
  • Contents 5
  • Preface 7
  • I. Introduction 11
  • II. Background 25
  • 1. Perception 27
  • 2. Symbolization 53
  • III. Theory 83
  • 1. Towards an Integrated Theory of Architecture 85
  • 2. The Building Task 109
  • 3. Form 131
  • 4. Technics 161
  • 5. Semantics 167
  • 6. The Architectural Totality 179
  • IV. Outlook 191
  • 1. Experience 195
  • 2. Production 201
  • 3. Analysis 209
  • 4. Education 217
  • Bibliography 225
  • Index 233
  • Illustrations 243
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