The Architecture of the Jumping Universe: A Polemic - How Complexity Science Is Changing Architecture and Culture

Jencks, Charles
Publication Date 1997
ISBN 1854904868
Publisher John Wiley & Sons
Binding Paperback
Condition Very good copy
SKU 17432
Notes Lightly rubbed. Very clean and neat.


Paperback. 192pp. Revised edition. Discusses the basic ideas of complexity and chaos theories and presents many examples of architecture based on these ideas in the work of leading architects including Peter Eisenman, Frank Gehry, Daniel Libeskind, etc. Charles Jencks’ own recent work is used to illustrate concepts in physics and an architecture based on waves and twists. Academy Editions for John Wiley.
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