First edition, 1977.
Dimensions and their architectural products - space, shape and scale - are essential concepts, the basic stuff of everyday design. Architect-authors Charles Moore and Gerald Allen feel that these terms are basically misunderstood among architects and laymen alike, and have written this book not only for architects who design new buildings, but also for all who want to learn to appreciate architecture and who must live their lives with what architects have built.
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