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Thorsten Bürklin & Martin Ebert 
The Palladio Method 
Draughtsman and Designer, Mason and Engineer. Learning from the Master

The architect Andrea Palladio was a draughtsman and a designer, a mason and an engineer, an innovator and an image maker. His growing importance from the 16th century onwards was based on his profound expertise in architectural issues that went beyond singular tasks and situations, and beyond his particular moment in history. His way of thinking and solving architectural problems proved invaluable for centuries to come. The contributions to this volume reflect on Palladio’s method(s) beyond historism and style, and thus provide insights into design and building in our time.
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Thorsten Bürklin, born in 1964, is a professor for the history and theory of architecture at the MSA Münster School of Architecture (FH Münster). His research focuses on studies on the Renaissance, on the effect and perception of architectural spaces, on urban design, and on contemporary architectural theory.
Martin Ebert, born in 1968, is a professor for construction at the MSA Münster School of Architecture (FH Münster). He also runs an architecture and design practice in London. His teaching and work explore the role of structure and order in the creation of architectural space and form.
Language English ● Format PDF ● Pages 310 ● ISBN 9783839466728 ● Editor Thorsten Bürklin & Martin Ebert ● Publisher transcript Verlag ● City Bielefeld ● Country DE ● Published 2024 ● Edition 1 ● Downloadable 24 months ● Currency EUR ● ID 8848722 ● Copy protection Social DRM

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