The relationship between interpretation and elaboration of architectural form: investigating the mutations of architecture’s scope

Abstract

The PhD dissertation is structured in four parts that correspond to four generations of architects, highlighting the conceptual tools and the epistemological concerns at the centre of the architectural discourse and the design strategies at each historical moment. It investigates the transformation of the epistemological object of architecture through the analysis of the mutations of the modes of representation that are at the centre of interest in each generation being considered and their addressee. In the first part of the dissertation, it is demonstrated that what was at the centre of interest was the individual and the bourgeois character of the addressee of architecture, and architecture symbolizes the value of its property by the addressee. Ms. Charitonidou examines the reasons for which the architects Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and Le Corbusier paid particular attention to the use of perspective representation. In the second part of the dissertation, which is focused on the work ...
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Handle URL
http://hdl.handle.net/10442/hedi/44354
ND
44354
Alternative title
Η διάσταση ανάμεσα στην ερμηνεία και στη διαχείριση της αρχιτεκτονικής μορφής: διερευνώντας την αλλαγή του αντικειμένου της αρχιτεκτονικής
Author
Charitonidou, Marianna Nikolaos
Date
2018
Degree Grantor
National Technical University of Athens (NTUA)
Committee members
Παρμενίδης Γιώργος
Τουρνικιώτης Παναγιώτης
Cohen Jean - Louis
Tschumi Bernard
Ciorra Pippo
Μωραΐτης Κωνσταντίνος
Τσιαμπάος Κώστας
Discipline
Engineering & Technology
Civil Engineering
Humanities
Arts
Keywords
Architectural education; interpretation of design strategies; modes of representation; fictional subject; conceptual tools
Country
Greece
Language
English
Description
2τ. (χιι, 462; 1241 σ.), im., fig., ch.