John Pawson

Author by : John Pawson
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Description : A thematic overview of the work of British architect John Pawson, known for his pure and harmonious interiors.


John Pawson Works

Author by : Sudjic Deyan
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Description : John Pawson is the foremost proponent of minimalism in architecture andesign. Already known to designers for his austere yet luxurious interiors,e has attained public acclaim for his high-profile retail projects such ashe Clavin Klein flagship store in New York, his celebrity clients likeartha Stewart as his book "Minimum".;This book features ten of Pawson'srojects, each one treated as a case study of the design process asxperienced by architect, client and critic.;The author seeks to make themotional and artistic content of John Pawson's work explicit through a closexamination of a range of different projects. Sudjic's text, aided bypecially-commissioned pictures, traces the design process, the architect'sorking methods and his philosophical approach. Sudjic considers thenteraction between architect and client, the way in which design isnfluenced by the processes of construction and making, and explores theature and significance of the finished scheme. This book is a record of Johnawson's developing approach to design and his unique position at the meeting


100

Author by : Peter Gössel
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Publisher by : Taschen
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Description : "The present publication includes the work done by the MEAM Net research group at the Politecnico di Milano in collaboration with 27 institutions Europe-wide. This work, titled "One hundred houses for one hundred European architects of the 20th century", bore fruit in a travelling exhibition and a website"


John Pawson

Author by : John Pawson
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Description : A thematic overview of the work of British architect John Pawson, known for his pure and harmonious interiors.


John Pawson Works

Author by : Sudjic Deyan
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Description : A monograph on one of the foremost proponents of Minimalism.


New Sacred Architecture

Author by : Phyllis Richardson
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Publisher by : Laurence King Publishing
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Description : This timely book reflects an awakening of interest in religious faiths and the emergence of a 'global exchange of architecture and culture. While Spain's Rafael Moneo has recently completed a cathedral in Los Angeles, Britain's Thomas Heatherwick is designing a Buddhist temple in Japan, John Pawson is working on a Cistercian monastery in the Czech Republic and Richard Meier has completed his Jubilee Church in Rome. It seems, as one Wallpaper registered] pundit commented, 'religion is getting a redesign' and the architect's faith is as unimportant as his or her nationality. I Looking at ways in which contemporary architects are approaching religious or meditative space, this book focuses on churches, chapels, temples, synagogues and mosques that have been built in the last few years and that represent a late-twentieth/ early-twenty-first century aesthetic.


John Pawson 1995 2005

Author by : John Pawson
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Methodism And Politics In British Society 1750 1850 Routledge Library Editions Political Science Volume 31

Author by : David Hempton
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Publisher by : Routledge
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Description : Originally published in 1984, this book charts the political and social consequences of Methodist expansion in the first century of its existence. While the relationship between Methodism and politics is the central subject of the book a number of other important themes are also developed. The Methodist revival is placed in the context of European pietism, enlightenment thought forms, 18th century popular culture, and Wesley’s theological and political opinions. Throughout the book Methodism is treated on a national scale, although the regional, chronological and religious diversity of Methodist belief and practice is also emphasized.


Heart Religion In The British Enlightenment

Author by : Phyllis Mack
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Publisher by : Cambridge University Press
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Description : A fascinating account of the daily life and spirituality of early Methodists by a prize-winning gender historian.


Hall S Circuits And Ministers

Author by : Joseph Hall
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The Life Of John Goodwin A M

Author by : Thomas Jackson
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John Pawson

Author by : Alison Morris
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Description : ohn Pawson is an architect and designer whose exceptional work combines an essential simplicity with a keen attention to the details of everyday life and human experience. His pared-down yet luxurious houses and art galleries were his first projects to gain international attention, and his work has since included Calvin Klein's flagship store in New York, airport lounges for Cathay Pacific, and a kitchen for Obumex. In the last decade, the scope of his designs has broadened from objects and interiors to include houses, monasteries, pavilions and boats. This change in scale has given his office the opportunity to refine its minimalist aesthetic and further develop its ideas of a fundamental architecture based on the qualities of space, proportion, light and materials. Frequently these projects intervene in existing conditions to create spaces that are simultaneously simple and complex, timeless and contemporary: in the Novy Dvur Monastery in the Czech Republic, elements of the original baroque complex are combined with entirely new architecture to create a mysterious and beautiful sequence of spaces, and in the Baron House in Sweden the vernacular language of the area is refined and abstracted to create a truly modern home. In Plain Space, author Alison Morris presents both this recent body of work and earlier projects from the perspective of someone who has had unique access to the work and archives of the office. In thematic essays and narrative project descriptions she examines the firm's working processes, relationship with clients, and approach to design. These insights into how Pawson and his office approach all different kinds of projects, including a cricket pavilion, a ballet stage set, apartment and boat interiors, will be of interest to architects, students, and anyone looking to simplify and beautify their own living space. Filled with exquisite photographs and detailed drawings, Plain Space will be the next must-have book for fans of John Pawson and a perfect introduction to his work for anyone interested in the absolute best of contemporary design.


John Pawson

Author by : Alison Morris
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Publisher by : Walther Konig
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Description : John Pawson is a master of minimalism. The buildings and objects of this internationally renowned British architect are characterized by his art of 'leaving out' – they fascinate with their pure effects of space, proportion, light and material.Influenced


John Pawson

Author by : Anonim
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Publisher by : Unknown
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Minimum Space Maximum Living M2

Author by : Philip Jodidio
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Publisher by : Images Publishing
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Description : A new look at a variety of small spaces from around the world, including residential, retail, commercial and other projects.


Sacred Buildings

Author by : Rudolf Stegers
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Publisher by : Springer Science & Business Media
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Description : In a systematic section, this volume introduces the design, technical, and planning fundamentals of building churches, synagogues, and mosques. In its project section, it also presents about seventy realized structures from the last three decades.


Revolution

Author by : Drew Plunkett
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Publisher by : Routledge
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Description : The last half of the twentieth century saw the emergence, evolution and consolidation of a distinct interior design practice and profession. This book is invaluable for students and practitioners, providing a detailed specialist, contemporary historical analysis of their profession and is beautifully illustrated, with over 200 photos and images from the 1950s through to the present day.


Encyclopedia Of Interior Design

Author by : Joanna Banham
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Publisher by : Routledge
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Description : First published in 1997. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.


Cassell S Family Magazine

Author by : Anonim
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Publisher by : Unknown
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Cassell S Magazine

Author by : Anonim
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The Law Reports

Author by : George Wirgman Hemming
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The Law Reports

Author by : Anonim
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Chronicles Of Wesleyan Methodism

Author by : Samuel Warren
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Transatlantic Methodists

Author by : Todd Webb
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Publisher by : McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP
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Description : Methodists in nineteenth-century Ontario and Quebec, like all British subjects, existed as satellites of an influential empire. Transatlantic Methodists uncovers how the Methodist ministry and laity in these colonies, whether they were British, American, or native-born, came to define themselves as transplanted Britons and Wesleyans, in response to their changing, often contentious relationship with the Wesleyan Methodist Church in Britain. Revising the nationalist framework that has dominated much of the scholarship on Methodism in central Canada, Todd Webb argues that a transatlantic perspective is necessary to understand the process of cultural formation among nineteenth-century Methodists. He shows that the Wesleyan Methodists in Britain played a key role in determining the identities of their colonial counterparts through disputes over the meaning of political loyalty, how Methodism should be governed, who should control church finances, and the nature and value of religious revivalism. At the same time, Methodists in Ontario and Quebec threatened to disrupt the Wesleyan Methodist Church in Britain and helped to trigger the largest division in its history. Methodists on both sides of the Atlantic shaped - and were shaped by - the larger British world in which they lived. Drawing on insights from new research in British, Atlantic, and imperial history, Transatlantic Methodists is a comprehensive study of how the nineteenth-century British world operated and of Methodism's place within it.


Hub City

Author by : Jan Peterson
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Publisher by : Heritage House Publishing Co
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Description : The Nanaimo Bastion, which marked its 150th anniversary in 2003, remains a prominent symbol of Nanaimo's heritage as an HBC fort, coal-mining centre and transportation hub, a vital link between other developing parts of Vancouver Island and the Lower Mainland. Hub City, the second volume in Jan Peterson's trilogy on Nanaimo's vibrant history, tells of the development of this Vancouver Island community from the arrival of the E&N Railway in 1886 through to the end of the First World War and the Spanish enfluenza epidemic. Included in her story are such pivotal events as the mining disaster of 1887, the Big Strike of 1912-1914, the emergence of the labour movement, and the rise and fall of coal baron James Dunsmuir.