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This translation uses the text of the original 1753 edition. It also includes additions made by Laugier for the edition of 1755 as well as the Avertissement for that edition An Essay on Architecture MarcAntoine Laugier Snippet view 1977.
An Essay on Architecture: In Which Its True Principles Are Explained, and MarcAntoine Laugier No preview available 2017. An Essay on Architecture: In Which Its True Principles Are Explained, and The Primitive Hut has become a shorthand statement of principle that defines essential elements of architecture. Often, the phrase is" Laugier's Primitive Hut. " MarcAntoine Laugier ( ) was a French Jesuit priest who rejected the opulence of Baroque architecture prevalent in his lifetime.
He An Essay on Architecture has 23 ratings and 1 review. Penandinkpot Uzma said: Architectural reading. MarcAntoine Laugier, Wolfgang Herrmann (Introduction), Very good if you have an interest in architectural form and a key figure, Laugier, in western history and his essays on architecture. flag Like see review. Matt rated it it The abb MarcAntoine Laugier (January 22, 1713 April 5, 1769) was a Jesuit priest and architectural theorist.
He was born in Manosque, Provence. Laugier is best known for his Essay on Architecture published in 1753. In 1755 he published the second edition with a famous, MarcAntoine Laugier, An Essay on Architecture Primitive hut, based on nature and man's inherent need for shelter It was sought to be the ideal principle for architecture or any structure at the time.
An essay on architecture; in which its true principles are explained, and invariable rules proposed, for directing the judgement and forming the taste of the gentleman and the architect, with regard to the different kinds of buildings, the embellishment of cities MarcAntoine Laugier ( ) was a French Jesuit priest who rejected the opulence of Baroque architecture prevalent in his lifetime.
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