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1 Peter Burman (ed.)
Architecture 1900: Papers presented at the international conference, The University of York 1997
Donhead Publishing Ltd; Dorset, UK; 1998; 1873394322 / 9781873394328; First Edition; Hard Cover; Brand New; 
The period around 1900 was a defining point in the history of architecture and it offers a fascinating insight into the whole development of the modern architectural movement. The intellectual debate was intense with a desire to produce innovative architecture which honoured the past and local traditions whilst using a combination of traditional and new materials. This international collection of papers examines the buildings and architects of this period and presents many fine examples of both domestic and public architecture, reflecting the diversity of ideas and influences of the time. The dialogue between tradition and modernity finds expression in the creative design and craftsmanship of the Arts and Crafts Movement and also reveals a desire to experiment with newer materials such as steel and reinforced concrete which then became more widely used after the First World War Contents: An introductory perspective Alan Powers STYLE AND TECHNIQUE Innovation and conservatism: steel and reinforced concrete in British architecture 1860–1905 Michael Stratton Precedent versus principle: the search for regional expression in New Zealand domestic architecture, 1890–1916 Ian Lochhead The search for order: Scottish architecture 1880–1914 Miles Glendinning The Glasgow School of Art: the leading edge of technology George M. Cairns The Slovak Contribution Dana Borutová The architecture of the Ecole de Nancy (1884–1910): a provincial circle standing the test of itself Christian Debize Art Nouveau and the transition to Modernism Guido Bral Personalities and Cross-currents Charles Francis Annesley Voysey (1857–1941) John Brandon-Jones Great Warley Church: architecture & sculpture – body & soul Wendy Hitchmough William Richard Lethaby and the crafts Peter Burman Otto Wagner: Entwicklung der Vaterstadt M.P.A. Sheaffer Eclecticism and identity: the work of William Leiper Simon Green Philip Webb and traditional materials Shelia Kirk Károly Kós (1883–1977) Anthony Gall Ödön Lechner, Architect (1845–1914) Janos Gerle Antonio Gaudí Cornet (1852–1926): a universal figure Juan Bassegoda-Nonell Friedrich Ohmann and Prague architecture around 1900 Jindrich Vybíral The Home The art of building a home: the design continuum of Parker and Unwin Mervyn Miller ‘The Work of Each for the Weal of All’: Bedales School and its early buildings Richard Holder Wightwick Manor and the creation of the House Beautiful Nicholas Mander Grey Towers: an avant garde Japonaise interior in the north of England by E.W. Godwin Martin Purslow Home Sweet Home: New Zealand housing 1880–1914 Ann McEwan The Urban Context ‘Imagination, magic and romance’: Arts and Crafts mural decoration in Edinburgh Elizabeth Cumming Imperial Splendours? A tale of far Cathays Philip Thomas Calgary 1900 Lorne G. Simpson The Quartier Allemand in Strasbourg 1871–1918: Wilhelmian architecture in a French city Leo Schmidt Learning from Europe: the architecture of Art Nouveau in Estonia Karin Hallas Late nineteenth-century heritage of Buenos Aires George O. Gazaneo & Gustavo A. Brandariz National identity in modern architecture: Riga – Art Nouveau metropolis Janis Krastinš Tbilisi’s turn-of-the-century architecture: the co-existence of European and traditional values Nestan Tatarashvili Attitudes to Conservation ‘Bauhaus Osaka’ in oblivion: dilemmas in conservation and restoration of a recent past Haruhiko Fujita Crying for conservation in Rio Julio Cesar Ribeiro Sampaio The reconstruction of two theatres of the turn-of-the-century in Hungary Tamás Konig and Péter Wagner Great building: shame about the students! Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s Glasgow School of Art Peter Trowles Boulevard architecture in Lisbon – a conservation challenge Jose Lobo de Carvalho. This book will be of substantial interest to architects, architectural historians, conservation professionals and anyone studying or working with early twentieth-century buildings. Printed Pages: 384 with numerous b/w photographs. 023136

Price: 85.00 USD
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2 Peter Burman (ed.)
Treasures on Earth: A Good Housekeeping Guide to Churches and Their Contents
Donhead Publishing Ltd; Dorset, UK; 1994; 1873394101 / 9781873394106; First Edition; Hard Cover; Brand New; Brand New; 
This book explains the techniques and artistry involved in caring for the fabric and contents of churches. It considers the problems of cleaning and repair, and the damage that can be done by over-zealous non-specialists. The contributions to this book are wide-ranging and each chapter is written by a highly regarded specialist in his/her field. In addition to offering guidance on the conservation of stained glass, sculpture, textiles, metalwork, floors, furniture, decorative plasterwork, paintings and so on, the book also covers the technical aspects of creating the right environment with the heating, ventilation and lighting of the building. The advice this volume contains will be essential reading for everyone concerned with the care and upkeep of churches. Contents: Foreword The Archbishop of York, Dr John Hapgood Care of Church Fabric – An Introduction Peter Burman Heating and Ventilation Colin Bemrose Painted Ceilings and Screens Anna Hulbert Paintings on Canvas and Wood Pauline Plummer Mural Paintings and the Fabric Donald Smith Decorative Plasterwork Jane Schofield Sculpture Michael Eastham Metalwork Hazel Newey Bells and Belfries Christopher Dalton Appendix on Turret Clocks John C Eisel Woodwork Hugh Harrison Floors Jane Fawcett Stained Glass Keith Barley Textiles Elizabeth Ingram Organs William Drake Books and Manuscripts David Dorning Lighting Graham Phoenix Conclusion and Sources of Advice Peter Burman Bibliography Further Useful Addresses Index Printed Pages: 320 with numerous b/w photographs. 010123

Price: 55.00 USD
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