An Intellectual History of Modern Europe, Roland N. Stromberg 罗兰.龙斯特博格 西方现代思想史
2. Social Science 社会学
3. Art 艺术
The Story of Art, E. H. Gombrich 德比奇 西方美术史
Modern Architecture Since 1900, William J R Curtis 柯庭斯 1900后的现代建筑
5. Architecture 建筑
Modern Architecture / Theories and History of Architecture, Manfredo Tafuri 塔夫里 现代建筑 / 建筑的理论及历史
Changing Ideals in Modern Architecture, Collisn Peter 柯林斯 现代建筑设计思想的演变
6. City 城市
The City: Its Growth, Its Decay, Its Future E Saarinen E.沙里宁 城市－它的发展衰败与未来
One of the most complicated topics for discussion within schools of architecture throughout the world is the process of educating an architect. This text explores this and many more topical issues. Divided into two parts, the book initially charts the history of architectural education and examines the diverse variety of approaches and ideologies towards the teaching of architecture that currently exist. It then presents a range of educational methodologies from post-structural theory to craft-based Ruskinian practice along with the friction between global ideologies and regional concerns. Contributors to this book include Bernard Tsuchumi, Lebbeus Woods, Daniel Libeskind and Rob Krier. Each contributor presents their own models for the future of education. As the ideals and priorities taught in educational institutions shape our future architects, this text should provide an insight into what the state of future architecture may be. It is intended to be of use to students and teachers, as well as anyone else interested in the process and progress of architecture.
Architecture: Form, Space, and Order, Fourth Edition is the classic introduction to the basic vocabulary of architectural design, updated with new information on emerging trends and recent developments. This bestselling visual reference helps both students and professionals understand the vocabulary of architectural design by examining how space and form are ordered in the environment.
Essential and timeless, the fundamental elements of space and form still present a challenge to those who crave a deeper understanding. Taking a critical look at the evolution of spaces, Architecture distills complex concepts of design into a clear focus that inspires, bringing difficult abstractions to life. The book is illustrated throughout to demonstrate the concepts presented, and show the relationships between fundamental elements of architecture through the ages and across cultures. Topics include:
- Primary elements and the principles of space design
- Form and space, including light, view, openings, and enclosures
- Organization of space, and the elements and relationships of circulation
- Proportion and scale, including proportioning systems and anthropometry
[美]保罗·拉索 著，邱贤丰等 译，《图解思考——建筑表现技法》，中国建筑工业出版社
The essential design companion–now in an up–to–date new edition For architects, drawing is more than a convenient way to communicate ideas; it is an integral part of the creative process that has a profound impact on thinking and problem–solving. In Graphic Thinking for Architects and Designers, Third Edition, Paul Laseau demonstrates that more versatile and facile sketching leads to more flexible, creative approaches to design challenges. To encourage this flexibility and stimulate graphic thinking, he introduces numerous graphic techniques that can be applied in a variety of situations. He also helps readers acquire a solid grasp of basic freehand drawing, representational drawing construction, graphic note–taking, and diagramming. Important features of this new edition include:
- Easy–to–understand discussions supported by freehand illustrations
- A new format with superior representation of techniques and concepts
- Dozens of new and updated illustrations
- Extensive coverage of new technologies related to the graphic thinking process
For architects and students who want to maximize their creativity, Graphic Thinking for Architects and Designers is a valuable tool in the pursuit of architectural solutions to contemporary design problems
爱德华·T·怀特 著，林敏哲等 译，《建筑语汇》，大连理工大学出版社
Visual Notes for Architects and Designers 2nd (second) Edition by Norman, Laseau, Paul Crowe published by Wiley
This updated version of Rockport’s bestselling Design Elements offers expanded and updated content in a new, cleaner format for easier navigation. Author Timothy Samara has added more than 50 new diagrams and more than 100 new images of real-world projects with an increased emphasis on web and environmental design projects. The 20 Rules for Good Design has been revisited and expanded to 25 Rules. The book covers all the design fundamentals from working with grids, color application, typography, imagery and how to put it all together. Expansion and new material includes:
In his treatise on Roman architecture, Vitruvius Pollio declares that the qualities of a good building are “firmness, commodity, and delight.” “The Ten Books on Architecture” outlines building methods for everything from aqueducts and temples, to decorative plasterwork. Written in the first century BC, and dedicated to emperor Caesar Augustus, it is the only complete document of its kind.
Architecture that is meant to have a sensuous connection to life calls for thinking that goes far beyond form and construction. In his texts, Peter Zumthor articulates what motivates him to design his buildings, which appeal to the visitor’s heart and mind in so many different ways and possess a compelling and unmistakable presence and aura.Now in its third edition, this book has been expanded to include two new essays: Architecture and Lanscape deals with the relationship between the structure and its surroundings, with the secret of the successful placement and topographical integration of architecture. In The Leis Houses, Peter Zumthor describes the genesis of two wooden houses in the town of Leis in the Swiss canton of Graubünden, thus thematizing the special challenge of integrating contemporary architecture into a traditional architectural context.
This is the genealogy of architecture in the 20th century by Kenneth Frampton – the doyen of architecture history. His approach is impressively clear: he traces four lines that are recognizable as the powers that propel renewal in architecture. He structures his observations by focusing on the relevant periods in the following order: 1st, the Avant-Garde (1887–1986); 2nd, organic architecture (1910–1998); 3rd modern and national styles (1935–1998), and 4th, industrialization and prefabrication (1927–1990). His overview is not a lexical collection of chronological sequences. Instead, his insights stem from his confident eye for the history, theory and motives behind architecture. He also follows the steps of the great architects of the 20th century.
Tony Hunt’s Structures Notebook by Tony Hunt
[英]托尼·亨特 著，于清 译，《托尼·亨特的结构学手记》/（原著第二版），中国建筑工业出版社
The purpose of the Structures Notebook is to explain, in the simplest possible terms, about the structure of ‘things’, and to demonstrate the fact that everything you see and touch, live in and use, living and man-made, has a structure which is acted upon by natural forces and reacts to these forces according to its form and material.
The Structures Notebook was originally written by Tony Hunt as a brief teaching aid for students at the Royal College of Art who had very little, if any, knowledge of physics or structural behaviour. It has now been expanded, and with this second edition, updated, into a more comprehensive book while retaining a simple visual and non-mathematical approach to structures.
Moving back and forth between the long view of historical trends and close-ups on major works and crucial architectural themes, this insightful, lively and original modern survey reinvigorates conventional period and thematic structures of architectural history and revitalizes the canon of great buildings. Designed to help students understand and appreciate great architecture and its history, the lavishly illustrated text explains specific qualities of periods in depth and the complex illuminating differences between them in social, intellectual, and aesthetic terms. Exceptionally detailed coverage of the modern age (18th century to the present).
[美]弗兰姆普敦 等著，王骏阳 译，《建构文化研究——论19世纪和20世纪建筑中的建造诗学》，中国建筑工业出版社
Kenneth Frampton’s long-awaited follow-up to his classic A Critical History of Modern Architecture is certain to influence any future debate on the evolution of modern architecture.Studies in Tectonic Culture is nothing less than a rethinking of the entire modern architectural tradition. The notion of tectonics as employed by Frampton — the focus on architecture as a constructional craft — constitutes a direct challenge to current mainstream thinking on the artistic limits of postmodernism, and suggests a convincing alternative. Indeed, Frampton argues, modern architecture is invariably as much about structure and construction as it is about space and abstract form.Composed of ten essays and an epilogue that trace the history of contemporary form as an evolving poetic of structure and construction, the book’s analytical framework rests on Frampton’s close readings of key French and German, and English sources from the eighteenth century to the present. He clarifies the various turns that structural engineering and tectonic imagination have taken in the work of such architects as Perret, Wright, Kahn, Scarpa, and Mies, and shows how both constructional form and material character were integral to an evolving architectural expression of their work. Frampton also demonstrates that the way in which these elements are articulated from one work to the next provides a basis upon which to evaluate the works as a whole. This is especially evident in his consideration of the work of Perret, Mies, and Kahn and the continuities in their thought and attitudes that linked them to the past.Frampton considers the conscious cultivation of the tectonic tradition in architecture as an essential element in the future development of architectural form, casting a critical new light on the entire issue of modernity and on the place of much work that has passed as “avant-garde.”A copublication of the Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies and The MIT Press.
This acclaimed survey of modern architecture and its origins has become a classic since it first appeared in 1980. For this fourth edition Kenneth Frampton has added a major new chapter that explores the effects of globalization on architecture in recent years, the rise annd rise of the celebrity architect, and the way in which practices worldwide have addressed such issues as sustainability and habitat. The bibliography has also been updated and expanded, making this volume more complete and indispensable than ever.
Ove Arup: Philosophy of Design by Nigel Tonks
The founder of the engineering firm, which continues to realize seminal structures around the world, Ove Arup is widely acknowledged as the most significant engineer of his time. Selected from his personal written archive generated over the course of his illustrious career, these lectures, essays, and interviews broadly share several themes: insight into Arup’s thinking on contemporary and sustainable design processes; the importance of collaboration between professionals in architecture and engineering; and Arup’s attempts to define quality in the built environment. These chronologically arranged writings span four decades and are as relevant today as they were when first produced. Illustrating wisdom, practical problem solving, and Arup’s philosophy, this book is a necessary and long-overdue addition to the library of anyone who has a passion for, and an interest in, the principles of great design.
How can we provide good spatial orientation for people with dementia? This question is addressed extensively in a selection of professional essays and projects that also carve out specific requirements for various disciplines. The book is a useful guide to all disciplines involved in design and planning but also to friends and family members.
Organized thematically, this book highlights a variety of well-defined topics, such as handicap-accessibility and flexibility of use, and presents them together with explanatory technical articles and examples of realized projects. In closing, it provides addresses of information centers as well as sources of additional information.
The New Architecture and the Bauhaus (M.I.T. Paperback) by Walter Gropius
One of the most important books on the modern movement in architecture, The New Architecture and the Bauhaus poses some of the fundamental problems presented by the relations of art and industry and considers their possible, practical solution. Gropius traces the rise of the New Architecture and the work of the now famous Bauhaus and, with splendid clarity, calls for a new artist and architect educated to new materials and techniques and directly confronting the requirements of the age.
Garden Cities of To-Morrow (Illustrated Edition) by
Sir Ebenezer Howard (1850-1928) was a prominent British urban planner. He travelled to America from England at the age of 21, moved to Nebraska, and soon discovered that he was not meant to be a farmer. By 1876 he was back in England, where he found a job with Hansard, which produces the official verbatim record of Parliament, and he spent the rest of his life in this occupation. Howard read widely, including Edward Bellamy’s 1888 utopian novel Looking Backward and thought deeply about social issues. One result was his book To-Morrow: A Peaceful Path to Real Reform (1898), which was reprinted in 1902 as Garden Cities of To-morrow. This book offered a vision of towns free of slums and enjoying the benefits of both town (such as opportunity, amusement and high wages) and country (such as beauty, fresh air and low rents). He illustrated the idea with his famous Three Magnets diagram which addressed the question ‘Where will the people go? ‘, the choices being ‘Town’, ‘Country’ or ‘Town-Country’ – the Three Magnets. In 1899 he founded the Garden Cities Association, now known as the Town and Country Planning Association and the oldest environmental charity in England.
Collage City by
柯林·罗等 著，童明 译，《拼贴城市》，中国建筑工业出版社
This book is a critical reappraisal of contemporary theories of urban planning and design and of the role of the architect-planner in an urban context. The authors rejecting the grand utopian visions of “total planning” and “total design,” propose instead a “collage city” which can accommodate a whole range of utopias in miniature.
[丹麦]盖尔 著，何人可 译，《交往与空间》，中国建筑工业出版社
The first Danish language version of this book, published in 1971, was very much a protest against the functionalistic principles for planning cities and residential areas that prevailed during that period. The book carried an appeal to show concern for the people who were to move about between buildings, and it urged an understanding of the subtle, almost indefinable – but definite – qualities, which have always related to the interaction of people in public spaces, and it pointed to the life between buildings as a dimension of architecture that needs to be carefully treated. Now 40 years later, many architectural trends and ideologies have passed by over the years. These intervening years have also shown that the liveliness and liveability of cities and residential areas continues to be a important issue. The intensity in which fine public spaces are used at this point in time, as well as the greatly increased general interest in the quality of cities and their public spaces emphasises this point. The character of life between buildings changes with changes in any given social context, but the essential principles and quality criteria to be employed when working with life between buildings has proven to be remarkably constant. Though this work over the years has been updated and revised several times, this version bears little resemblance with the very early versions, however there was no reason to change the basic message: Take good care of the life between your buildings.
[挪]舒尔茨 著，欧阳恬之 / 李路珂 译，《西方建筑的意义》，中国建筑工业出版社，2005
[英]柯林斯 著，英若聪 译，《现代建筑设计思想的演变（引进版）（第二版）》/（国外建筑理论译丛），中国建筑工业出版社
Explains what revivalism, rationalism, eclecticism, and functionalism meant to those who practiced them, explores the influence of the other arts and sciences on architectual theory, and analyzes notions that are commonly used in discussions about modern architecture. Infused with a deep sympathy for the 19th century, this text suggests that many 19th century ideas can be of real value to practising architects, particularly now that technology has made it possible to put them into effect properly. This second edition should be of interest not only to those who specialize in architecture and have read the standard work of Hitchcock, Giedion, Pevsner, and Joedicke – but also to those with a general interest in modern history and the philosophy of art.
Diagram Diaries (Architecture) by
彼得·艾森曼 著， 陈欣欣、何捷 译，《彼得·艾森曼：图解日志》，中国建筑工业出版社， 2005
It has been said that Peter Eisenman considers architecture a form of shock therapy: whatever his intent, he has created one of the most controversial bodies of work of any contemporary American architect. This test is an exposition of Peter Eisenman’s design philosophy, illustrating his groundbreaking contributions to 20th-century American design. Eisenman’s own essays and illustrations explain his diagram-based approach to design, whereby sites and structures can be manipulated in diagram form. The book showcases his work to date – from his earliest house designs to the heralded Wexner Center in Columbus, Ohio, and on to commissions such as the Memorial for the Victims of the Holocaust in Vienna.
A direct and fundamentally optimistic indictment of the short-sightedness and intellectual arrogance that has characterized much of urban planning in this century, The Death and Life of Great American Cities has, since its first publication in 1961, become the standard against which all endeavors in that field are measured. In prose of outstanding immediacy, Jane Jacobs writes about what makes streets safe or unsafe; about what constitutes a neighborhood, and what function it serves within the larger organism of the city; about why some neighborhoods remain impoverished while others regenerate themselves. She writes about the salutary role of funeral parlors and tenement windows, the dangers of too much development money and too little diversity. Compassionate, bracingly indignant, and always keenly detailed, Jane Jacobs’s monumental work provides an essential framework for assessing the vitality of all cities.
Theories and Manifestoes of Contemporary Architecture by Charles Jencks, Karl Kropf
查尔斯·詹克斯 / 卡尔·克罗普夫 编著，周玉鹏、雄一、张鹏译，张媛、李雪 校，《当代建筑的理论和宣言》
The last forty years have seen an outburst of theories and manifestoes which explore the possibilities of architecture: its language, evolution and social relevance. With many ‘crises in architecture’ and the obvious urban and ecological problems, Modernism has been criticised, questioned, overthrown, extended, subverted and revivified – not a peaceful time for architectural thought and production. The result has been a cascade of new theories, justifications and recipes for building.
This anthology, edited by the well-known historian and critic Charles Jencks, and the urbanist and theorist Karl Kropf, collects the main texts which define these changes. Essential for the student and practitioner alike, it presents over 120 of the key arguments of today’s major architectural philosophers and gurus. These show that the Modern architecture of the early part of this century has mutated into three main traditions: a critical and ecological Post-Modernism; a High-Tech and sculptural Late Modernism; and a deconstructive, subversive New Modernism.
Here are the seminal texts of James Stirling, Robert Venturi, Colin Rowe, Christopher Alexander, Frank Gehry, Reyner Banham, Bernard Tschumi, Rem Koolhaas and many others who have changed the discourse of architecture. Here also are the anti-Modern texts of the traditionalists – Leon Krier, Demetri Porphyrios, Quinlan Terry, Prince Charles and others. Many of these texts are concise, edited versions of influential books.
Highly informative and richly illustrated with over forty drawings and photographs, this volume is a vital learning and teaching tool for all those interested in the philosophies of contemporary architecture.
From US：Grey Room (MIT Press)；Harvard Design Magazine；Journal of architectural education (MIT Press)；Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians (Urbana, Ill)
UK：AA Files (London)；Journal of Architecture (London)；Architectural Research Quarterly (Cambridge Univ Press)
Japan：A+U, Japan Architect, GA Document, 建筑文化
Spain：El Croquis；Arquitectura viva (Madrid)；Quaderns d’arquitectura i urbanisme (Barcelona)
Landscape Architecture ：Topos；Studies in the History of Gardens & Designed Landscapes (London)；Les carnets du paysage (Paris)；Landscape Journal
汉诺·沃尔特·克鲁夫特 著，王贵祥 译，《建筑理论史从——维特鲁威到现在》，中国建筑工业出版社， 2005
普林斯顿建筑出版社等 编，《材料的处理》，中国建筑工业出版社, 2005
[美]林奇、[美]海克 著，《总体设计》/ (国外建筑理论译丛)，中国建筑工业出版社，2004
[英]史蒂文·蒂耶斯德尔/蒂姆·希思/ [土]塔内尔·厄奇 著，《城市历史街区的复兴》/ (国外城市规划与设计理论译丛)，中国建筑工业出版社，2006
[希腊]安东尼·C·安东尼亚德斯 著，《建筑诗学——设计理论》/ (国外建筑理论译丛)，中国建筑工业出版社，2006
[日]渊上正幸 编， 覃力 / 黄衍顺 译，《世界建筑师的思想和作品》，中国建筑工业出版社，2000
虞献南 / 虞朋sp; 编，《建筑设计规范常用条文速查手册》，中国建筑工业出版社，2007
[英]理查德·威斯顿 著，《建筑大师经典作品解读》 (附光盘平面立面剖面)，大连理工大学出版社，2006
[日]富永让 著，刘京梁 译 ，《勒·柯布西耶的住宅空间构成》，中国建筑工业出版社，2007
[荷]伯纳德·卢本等 著，林尹星 译，《设计与分析》/全国高等学校建筑学学科专业指导委员会推荐教学参考书，天津大学出版社
[日]宫宇地一彦 著，《建筑设计的构思方法–拓展设计思路》/Architecture Dramatic丛书(Architecture Dramatic丛书)，中国建筑工业出版社，2006
梅尔 等 著，王晓俊 译，《园林设计论坛1――现代园林设计与艺术译丛》，东南大学出版社， 2003
郭逊 著，《清华大学建筑学院设计系列课教案与学生作业选——一年级建筑设计》 (国家985工程二期清华大学本科人才培养建设项目教学丛书)，清华大学出版社， 2006
[英]佩夫斯纳 著，殷凌云 译，《现代建筑与设计的源泉》，生活·读书·新知三联书店，2001
东京大学工学部建筑学科安藤忠雄研究室 编，《建筑师的二十岁》，清华大学出版社， 2005
安藤忠雄 著，《安藤忠雄论建筑》，中国建筑工业出版社， 2008
[美]丹尼尔·李布斯金 著，《破土：生活与建筑的冒险》，清华大学出版社， 2008
张路 著，《欧洲视觉日记——一个中国设计师在欧洲的学习、工作、生活……》，中国建筑工业出版社， 2008
[古罗马]李维（T. Titus Livius）著，穆启乐 译，《建城以来史（前言?卷一）》/（中文-拉丁语对照），上海人民出版社，2005
[法]弗莱德曼 著，秦屹 / 龚彦 译，《为家园辩护》，上海锦绣文章出版社，2007
[美]C·亚历山大，赵冰 译，《建筑的永恒之道（The Timeless Way of Building）》，知识产权出版社，2002
[美]比约内 著，北京世纪英闻翻译有限公司 译，《建筑大师处女作–谱系人物与空间》，水利水电出版社，2005
[美]H·H·阿纳森 著，邹德侬 / 巴竹师等译，《西方现代艺术史——绘画·雕塑·建筑》，天津人民美术出版社，2003
傅刚 费菁 著，《都市村庄》，天津大学出版社，2000
Jean Jenger 著，周嫄译，《勒·柯布西埃——为了感动的建筑》，世纪出版集团，2006
[日]矢代真己 等著，卢春生 等译，《20世纪的空间设计》，中国建筑工业出版社，2007
[日]五十岚太郎 编，周贵荣 译，《日本著名建筑师的毕业作品访谈2》，中国建筑工业出版社， 2008
[日]原口秀昭 著，徐苏宁 等译，《路易斯康的空间构成——图说20世纪的建筑大师》，中国建筑工业出版社， 2007
[日]隈研吾 著，朱锷 译，《十宅论》，上海人民出版社，2008
[日]越后岛研一 著，《勒·柯布西耶建筑创作中的九个原型》/Architecture Dramatic丛书(Architecture Dramatic丛书)，中国建筑工业出版社，2006
[美]詹克斯 / 克罗普夫 著，张鹏 / 雄一译，《当代建筑的理论和宣言》/（国外建筑理论译丛），2005
[美]阿摩斯·拉普卜特 著，黄兰谷 译，《建成环境的意义》/（国外建筑理论译丛），2003
[英]尼古拉斯·佩夫斯纳 著，邓敬 译，《反理性主义者与理性主义者》/（国外建筑理论译丛），2003
[意]布鲁诺·赛维 著，席云平 译，《现代建筑语言》/（国外建筑理论译丛），2005
[英]尼古拉斯·佩夫斯纳 著，王申祜 译，《现代设计的先驱者——从威廉·莫里斯到格罗皮乌斯》/（国外建筑理论译丛），2004
[英]罗杰·斯克鲁顿 著，刘先觉 译，《建筑美学》/（国外建筑理论译丛），2003
[美]阿摩斯·拉普卜特 著，常青 译，《文化特性与建筑设计》/（国外建筑理论译丛），2004
[日]小林克弘 著，陈志华 译，《建筑构成手法》/（国外建筑理论译丛），2004
安东尼.C.安东尼 亚德斯 著，《建筑诗学-设计理论》/（国外建筑理论译丛），2006
[美]克里斯·亚伯 著，张磊 译，《建筑与个性—对文化和技术变化的回应》/（国外建筑理论译丛），2003