Directions and Intellectual Bases of Ornament Criticism in Modern Architectural Literature
Following the publication of Adolf Loos’s famous article “Ornament and Crime” in 1908, arguments against ornaments reached an unprecedented level which led to its elimination from the majority of…
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The Redefinition of Ornament
Architectural ornament, the art of decorative patterning, is commonly perceived as an historical characteristic which de...
Ontology and Representation in Karl Bötticher's Theory of Tectonics
Karl Botticher is best known for his landmark theory of architectural tectonics. In the 1840s, Botticher proposed an int...
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