Architecture and the spirit of man.

Cambridge, Harvard University Press, 1949.

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Subjects Architecture.
Description 301 pages 22 cm
Copyright Date 1949.
Notes Also issued online.
Contents part 1. On traditional and modern architecture: What buildings are beautiful? -- The obelisk of General Washington -- The glass of our time -- The last of the Romans -- The Gothicke universitie -- Picture, sentiment, and symbol -- Architecture and men of science -- Grand compositions -- The post-modern house -- Love and little houses -- Space and the garden -- Fundamentals -- part 2. On the architecture of the cities: The invisible city -- On form in cities -- The political art of planning -- What a young planner ought to know -- The true and sad story of Greater Boston -- Second thoughts on the skyscraper -- Art and our schools -- The gate into the desert -- Blueprint for a university -- The art in housing -- Housing and the democratic process -- Only the living remember.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)514185
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WorldCat Identities Hudnut, Joseph, 1886-1968.
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