John C. Parkin, Archives & Photography
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BeschreibungArchitectural practice in post-World War II Canada brought substantial change to the face of the Canadian built environment, led by the contribution of John C Parkin. As senior partner at the Toronto-based architectural firm John B Parkin Associates (no relation) from 1947 to the 1970s, Parkin oversaw the creation of a large number of modernist projects, including hospitals, airports, schools, shopping malls, and factories, and received national recognition for his contributions. This richly illustrated book includes an interview with John C Parkin and essays that examine the incorporation of art in built architecture, the influence of architectural photography in defining Modern architecture to a Canadian public, the importance of architectural archives, and the corporate structure of a large, highly successful Canadian architectural firm.
InhaltsverzeichnisPreface; Introduction; Environment: Modern and Early Holocene; Hunter-Gatherer Land Use, Lithic Technology, and Late Paleoindian Occupation of the Project Area; Projectile Point Analysis Procedure; Late Paleoindian Projectile Point Typology in the Western United States; Late Paleoindian Projectile Points: Typological Variability; Late Paleoindian Projectile Points: Raw Material Variability; Late Paleoindian Projectile Points: Qualitative Technological Variability; Late Paleoindian Projectile Points: Quantitative Technological Variability; Late Paleoindian Projectile Points: Condition and Reworking; Discussion and Conclusions.
Untertitel: Reflections on the Practice & Presentation of Modern Architecture. illus. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: University of Calgary Press
Erscheinungsdatum: November 2013
Seitenanzahl: 176 Seiten