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Early Travelers in Greece and the Invention of Medieval Architectural History

Architecture and Tourism : Perception, Performance and Place

Berg, 2004

Book chapter

...Introduction Travel to Greece in the tourist forms that we recognize today began in the nineteenth century with the creation of a modern nation state. Before this time, Greek landscapes such as Arcadia were fabricated not on the basis...

Urbanity

Kim Dovey

Kim Dovey is an architectural critic and Professor of Architecture and Urban Design at the University of Melbourne, Australia, where he has served as Associate Dean, Head of Urban Design and Head of Architecture. He has worked with government, industry and community groups and has written and broadcast widely in the mass media. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Urban Design Thinking : A Conceptual Toolkit

Bloomsbury Academic, 2016

Book chapter

...The term ‘urban’ is derived from the Latin word urbanus – ‘courteous’. Urban space is shared with people whom we do not know and who do not share our views or background. To be urban or urbane is to show courtesy, to respect difference...

Grids – Guidelines, Frameworks and Measuring Devices

Michael Hann

Professor Michael Hann (BA, M.Phil, PhD, FRSA, FTI) holds the Chair of Design Theory at the University of Leeds. He is also Director of the University of Leeds International Textiles Archive (ULITA). He has published across a number of subject areas, has made numerous key-note addresses at international conferences, and is an acknowledged international expert on the geometry of design. Previous publications with Berg are: Structure and Form in Design (2012) and Symbol, Pattern and Symmetry (2013). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Stripes, Grids and Checks

Bloomsbury Academic, 2015

Book chapter

...Introduction As noted previously in Chapter 1, lines may be assembled to create grids, considered often to be those two-dimensional structures which consist of two sets of parallel lines, one superimposed on the other...

Architecture for health: a brief history of sustainability

Stephen Verderber

Stephen Verderber is an award-winning scholar, researcher, and registered architect (US) whose core specialty is architecture, design therapeutics, and health. He is Professor at the John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Design and at the Dalla Lana School of Public Health, at the University of Toronto, Canada. He holds a doctorate in architecture from the University of Michigan, is cofounder of R-2ARCH, and is widely published. His books include Healthcare Architecture in an Era of Radical Transformation (2000), Compassion in Architecture: Evidence-Based Design for Health (2005), Innovations in Hospice Architecture (2005), Innovations in Hospital Architecture (2010), Sprawling Cities and Our Endangered Public Health (2012), and Innovations in Transportable Healthcare Architecture (2016). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Innovations in Hospital Architecture

Routledge, 2010

Book chapter

... a brief history of sustainability 2 Since the mid-nineteenth century, architecture and health, as a specialized area, has slowly evolved, rising to a place of recognized professional stature and relevancy. Its autonomy exists within...

The Low Countries, 1000–1430

Elizabeth den Hartog

Elizabeth den Hartog lectures in medieval art and architecture at the University of Leiden (LUCAS: Leiden University Centre for the Arts in Society), The Netherlands. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Sir Banister Fletcher’s Global History of Architecture Volume 1

© the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) and the University of London, 2019

Sir Banister Fletcher chapter

...The Low Countries is a coastal region constituted primarily by today’s Netherlands, Belgium and parts of northern France. During the Middle Ages, it formed no political unity. Much of the Netherlands was part of the Holy Roman Empire...