如何评价建筑
How to Judge Architecture

  • 作   者:

    拉塞尔·斯特吉斯(美)
    Russell Sturgis

  • 出版社:

    外语教学与研究出版社
    Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press

  • 语   言:

    英文

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作者没有试图建立绝对的评价建筑物的标准,但读完此书后,读者可以形成起自己基本的观点。司空见惯的建筑物也会产生新的意义。

这本书简述了现代建筑观的发展历史。通过大量的插图,从早期的古希腊庙宇开始,到大教堂,再到现代商业街区,作者分析了是什么导致了各种风格的建筑,并推导出简单的规则来评价这些建筑物。作者没有试图建立绝对的标准,但读者可以建立起自己基本的观点,并对建筑物的好坏有一个基本的认识。通过阅读这本书,就会对那些常见的普通建筑物产生新的兴趣,赋予它们新的意义。

In this book he has sketched the history of modern opinion of architecture. Aided by plentiful illustrations from the early Grecian temples, and passing through the great Cathedrals to the modern business blocks, he has shown the influences which have brought about the various styles and deduced simple rules for the architectural judgment of these buildings. No attempt is made to set up absolute standards, but the reader is enabled to form bases for his own opinion, and to learn the fundamentals of good and bad in buildings. A reading of the book will give even the common buildings which are passed every day a new interest and a new meaning.

拉塞尔·斯特吉斯(1836—1909)是美国19世纪末20世纪初著名的建筑学家和艺术评论家,是于1870年成立的纽约大都会艺术博物馆的创建人之一。

Russell Sturgis ( October 16, 1836 – February 11, 1909) was an American architect and art critic of the 19th and early 20th centuries. He was one of the founders of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in 1870. Sturgis was born in Baltimore County, Maryland, the son of Russell and Margaret Dawes Sturgis.

IN trying to train the mind to judge of works of architecture, one can never be too patient. It is very easy to hinder one’s growth in knowledge by being too ready to decide. The student of art who is much under the influence of one teacher, one writer, or one body of fellow-students, is hampered by that influence just so far as it is exclusive. And most teachers, most writers, most groups or classes of students are exclusive, admiring one set of principles or the practice of one epoch, to the partial exclusion of others.

  • CHAPTER I EARLY GREEK DESIGN

  • CHAPTER II LATER GREEK AND ROMAN DESIGN

  • CHAPTER III EARLY MEDIÆVAL DESIGN

  • CHAPTER IV CENTRAL MEDIÆVAL DESIGN

  • CHAPTER V LATE MEDIÆVAL DESIGN

  • CHAPTER VI REVIVED CLASSIC DESIGN

  • CHAPTER VII LATER REVIVED CLASSIC DESIGN

  • CHAPTER VIII EIGHTEENTH CENTURY DESIGN

  • CHAPTER IX NINETEENTH CENTURY: IMITATIVE DESIGN

  • CHAPTER X NINETEENTH CENTURY: ORIGINAL DESIGN

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