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Built By Hand af Eiko Komatsu
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Built By Hand (udgave 2003)

af Eiko Komatsu, Athena Steen, Bill Steen

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Built by Hand is a celebration of what is so uniquely diverse and yet similar in the buildings of different cultures around the world. Beginning with the most basic ways that human beings have sought shelter-beneath the trees and stars, under the protection of a rock cliff or cave-this book traces the transformation of materials such as earth, stone, wood or bamboo into shelters that are both stationary and moveable.… (mere)
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Titel:Built By Hand
Forfattere:Eiko Komatsu
Andre forfattere:Athena Steen, Bill Steen
Info:Gibbs Smith, Publisher (2003), Edition: 1, Hardcover, 480 pages
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Prarie Avenue Bookshop Holiday Gift Guide : A modern, full-color version of the Bernard Rudofsky classic 'Architecture without Architects', this book takes readers on a magnificent journey to distant corners of the earth in search of the world's most amazing vernacular architecture. It is the most comprehensive and groundbreaking documentation of hand-made architecture ever published.

Publishers Weekly : From elaborate bamboo structures in Sumba, Indonesia, to houses carved out of volcanic rock in Cappadocia, Turkey, and homes made from earth-block in Chipaya, Bolivia, Japanese photographer Yoshio Komatsu (assisted by spouse Eiko) has traveled the world photographing vernacular structures. The Steens (The Straw Bale House) provide captions and notes on construction techniques in stone, reeds and many other materials. With more than 700 full-color photos in an 8"X9" format, the book takes readers to Ethiopia, Iran, Japan, Spain, Venezuela and many other places.

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Built by Hand is a celebration of what is so uniquely diverse and yet similar in the buildings of different cultures around the world. Beginning with the most basic ways that human beings have sought shelter-beneath the trees and stars, under the protection of a rock cliff or cave-this book traces the transformation of materials such as earth, stone, wood or bamboo into shelters that are both stationary and moveable.

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