Regional

A Guide to the Architecture of Minnesota by David Gebhard

By David Gebhard

Booklet through Gebhard, David

Show description

Read or Download A Guide to the Architecture of Minnesota PDF

Similar regional books

Strabo's Cultural Geography: The Making of a Kolossourgia

Strabo of Amasia, a Greek geographer of the Augusto-Tiberian interval, gathered his observations of the Roman international of his time in his magnum opus, the Geography, which he defined as a 'Kolossourgia', a substantial statue of a piece. This time period displays not just the work's dimension in seventeen books, but additionally its multi-faceted nature.

The Art of Structural Engineering: The Work of Jorg Schlaich and His Team

Cable-nets, membrane roofs, and precise bridges are one of the constructions designed through Schlaich and his companions.

Enhancing Regional Trade Integration in Southeast Europe (World Bank Working Papers)

The Southeast Europe (SEE) area includes a bunch of nations with a standard aim, and prospect, to develop into individuals of the eu Union (EU). to accomplish the objective of ecu club, those nations have pursued nearer integration with the european in addition to with one another. In December 2006, the SEE nations, and Moldova, signed the principal ecu loose alternate contract (CEFTA), a entire loose alternate contract that goals to totally liberalize exchange within the area in addition to to accomplish better cooperation in a few trade-related parts.

Contested State Identities and Regional Security in the Euro-Mediterranean Area

Focusing on domestic political debates constraining cooperation, Del Sarto argues that inner disputes over national identity limit the facility of states to take part in local boards. This is an in depth examine difficulties confronted in negotiating the Euro-Mediterranean Partnership as a local protection venture, with specific recognition to case reviews of Israel, Egypt, and Morocco.

Extra resources for A Guide to the Architecture of Minnesota

Example text

18 Masonic Temple Building (now Merchandise Building), 1888-89 Long and Kees 528 Hennepin Avenue An eight-story Richardsonian Romanesque Revival building. Originally its two corner towers were crowned by swirlingpatterned onion domes. The general effect of the building is ponderous, in part because variety, not simplicity, was cultivated. The building, like the Lumber Exchange, is a major downtown monument, and it sits waiting for sensitive renovation. 19 Donaldson's Department Store Building, 1919-24, 1945-47 Graham Anderson Probst and White Larson and McLaren 601 Nicollet Mall A five-story section of the store was repackaged in the Moderne of the 1940s with horizontal bands of glass-brick windows and thin geometric lines on the surface of its new skin of thin stone.

John's University in Collegeville. Domestic architecture fared much better, for after the war there was a brief renaissance, encouraged to a marked degree by the Walker Art Center. This museum had initiated its Everyday Art Gallery in 1940, and it had built its first Idea House in 1941, preceding by several years the houses which were built by the Museum of Modern Art and by the case study program in Los Angeles sponsored Minnesota Theatre, 1927, Minneapolis. Graven Mayger. Razed. Photo: Anthony Lane/Minneapolis Public Library.

8 Minneapolis Public Library, 1959 McEnary and Krafft 300 Nicollet Mall The Cerny plan of the 1950s called for a number of municipal government buildings to be constructed along a northwest/ southeast axis. The library was one of the earliest of those buildings. In design it is a pure 1950s product, tinselly and light, in quality hardly a fair replacement for Long and Kees's 1889 Romanesque Revival Public Library Building (which was torn down at this time). " 9 Times Building, 1899 57 4th Street S A miniature Beaux Arts commercial building with a rusticated base, a shaft of three arches, and an elaborate entablature for the capital.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.70 of 5 – based on 46 votes