Architecture and Tourism: Perception, Performance and Place
...The Colosseum, whose very name suggests the monumentality of ancient artifacts, becomes an ashtray (Figure 1.1). Michelangelo's Pietà serves nicely as a paperweight. The Etruscan she-wolf, whose transfer from the Lateran to the Capitoline...
The Printed and the Built: Architecture, Print Culture and Public Debate in the Nineteenth Century
Bloomsbury Visual Arts, 2018
...A modern-day reader is inclined to read a book from cover to cover, from start to finish, expecting the text to offer a continuous, self-contained narrative, independent of the apparatus and physical frame of the book. Such readership...