Rural and Urban: Architecture Between Two Cultures by Andrew BallantyneRural and Urban: Architecture Between Two Cultures by Andrew Ballantyne

Rural and Urban: Architecture Between Two Cultures

EditorAndrew Ballantyne

Hardcover | November 4, 2009

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Investigating various ways in which the cultures of the town and the countryside interact in architecture, original essays in this book written by an international range of recognized theorists will help all students of architecture and urban design understand how the urban and rural relate.

Taking a broad historical sweep, this collection draws on a symposium of the Society of Architectural Historians of Great Britain.

Andrew Ballantyneis Professor of Architecture at Newcastle University. His recent books includeDeleuze and Guattari for Architects(Routledge, 2007).
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Title:Rural and Urban: Architecture Between Two CulturesFormat:HardcoverDimensions:232 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 0.6 inPublished:November 4, 2009Publisher:Taylor and FrancisLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0415552125

ISBN - 13:9780415552127

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Table of Contents

1. Rural and Urban MilieuxAndrew Ballantyne and Gillian Ince  2. Villeggiatura in the Urban Context of Renaissance Rome: Paul III Farnese¿s Villa-Tower on the CampidoglioAntonella De Michelis  3. Rural UrbanismDana Arnold 4. Anti-Urban Utopia in the German Aufklarung: the Ideology of Friedrich Wilhelm von Erdmannsdorff¿s Architecture Marc Brabant  5. Urban Meets Rural: a Study of Three Eighteenth-Century Retreats on the Isle of WightStewart Abbott   6. The Picturesque Bourgeois House at the Edges of the Neo-Classical CityPhilippe Gresset  7. Rural Buildings and the Search of a ¿Regional¿ Architecture in BelgiumLeen Meganck and Linda van Santvoort  8. Nature and the City in 1920s America: Sunnyside Gardens, Queens, New YorkBruce Thomas  9. Rurality as a Locus of Modernity: Romanian Interwar ArchitectureCarmen Popescu  10. Is the Kibbutz a ¿Radiant Village¿?: Le Corbusier and the Zionist MovementMarina Epstein-Pliouchtch and Tzafrir Fainholtz  11. An Unlikely Influence: Le Corbusier and the Garden City MovementEmma Dummett  12.From the ¿Model Village¿ to a Satellite town: Reading Change in Temelli through the Transformation of its Residential LandscapeAli Cengizkan and Didem Kilickiran