Architecture Inside Out: Understanding How Buildings Work
Taking readers behind architecture’s facades and finishes, Architecture Inside Out explores how some of the most important buildings in the world were constructed. This beautifully illustrated book explores the thinking and expertise behind architects’ designs and offers a means by which to better understand buildings already visited as well as those on the must-see list. Selections range from domestic structures such as Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater and s kyscrapers such as the Chrysler Building, to iconic classics such as the Louvre and Barcelona’s famed Sagrada Familia Cathedral. The buildings have been chosen for their importance and interest, their role in the development of architectural thinking, and the structural secrets that intricate 3-D drawings can reveal.
Author: John Zukowsky
Hardcover / 304 pages with 350 line drawings
10" x 10"