Architectural Material & Detail Structure_Glass

Architectural Material & Detail Structure_Glass
"The history of glassmaking can be traced back to 3500 BC in the Mesopotamia and it is the Romans who first used glass in architecture. With the development of technology, glass has become a common material in contemporary architecture. There are glass ceramics, polished wire glass, groove glass, glass tiles etc. With diversified surface treatments, such as enameling, acid embossing, sandblasting and screen printing, there seems to be endless choices for architectural design. This book intro Read more…
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Title

Architectural Material & Detail Structure_Glass

Sub Title

Author Biography

"Russell founded HawkinsBrown with Roger Hawkins in 1988. Russell has been a nationally elected member of the RIBA Council and currently sits on the RIBA Trust. He has been External Examiner to Greenwich University School of Architecture, RIBA and Civic Trust Awards Assessor and is currently Chairman of the Hackney Design Panel.In a former life he was a music journalist and now writes and broadcasts on art and architecture. He recently appeared on the Modern Masters series on BBC2, talking about Picasso and Deconstructivism.

Publication Date

01 November 2015

Publisher

Design Media Publishing Limited

Edition

No. of Pages

320

No. of Illustrations

Dimensions

245*290

Binding

Hardback

Language(s)

English

ISBN 13

9781910596326

Categories

Architecture
Landscape

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