The Gothic Cathedral Origins of Gothic Architecture and the Medieval Concept of Order
|Author(s)||Otto Georg Von Simson|
|Editor||Harper Torchbooks - The Bollingen library||Place||New York - Evanston|
|Measure||14x21 (cm)||Illustration||45 ill. b/n n.t. - b/w ills.|
|Binding||bross. ill. a colori - paperback||Conservazione||Usato ottime condizioni - used very good|
|Language||Inglese - English text||Weight||500 (gr)|
|ISBN||N/D - N/A||EAN-13||N/D - N/A|
|discount price||15.00 €|
Second Edition Revised.
This essay seeks to understand Gothic architecture as an image, more precisely, as the representation of supernatural reality. To those who designed the cathedrals, as to their contemporaries who worshiped in them, this symbolic aspect or function of sacred architecture overshadowed all others. To us, it has become the least comprehensible.
Gothic Design and the Medieval Concept of Order
The Birth of the Gothic
Usato ottime condizioni, leggeri segni di uso e del tempo. (T-CA)