Rome - An Architectural History
|Author||maria Fabricius Hansen; Lars Horneman|
|Publisher||The Danish Architectural Press|
The city of Rome is constructed of numerous historical layers and has been influenced by successions of styles, from antiquity to today. What characterizes buildings from the different periods? With text by professor in art history Maria Fabricius Hansen and illustrations by graphic novelist maker Lars Horneman, Rome: An architectural History describes key aspects of the city’s historic buildings. The book introduces Rome’s architecture and urban space while also giving an overview of European architectural history as a whole, as reflected in Rome’s millennia of architectural change.
|159 p, ills colour & bw, 24 x 27 cm, hb, English|
The Danish Architectural Press