Comments: Buy with confidence. Excellent Customer Service & Return policy. Ships Fast. 24*7 Customer Service.
30-day money back guarantee
Publication Date: 2004
Publisher: McGraw-Hill College
Moffett, Marian, Fazio, Michael, Wodehouse, Lawrence
Introduction A Word about Drawings and Images Using the CD The Beginnings of Architecture Prehistoric Settlements andMegalith Constructions Ancient Mesopotamia Ancient Egypt The Early Dynastic Period and OldKingdom (First through Eight Dynasties, CA. 2920-2134 BCE) The Middle Kingdom (Elevenththrough Thirteenth Dynasties, CA. 2040-1640 BCE) The New Kingdom (Eighteenththrough Twentieth Dynasties, CA. 1550-1070 BCE) The Greek World The Minoans The Mycenaeans Greece: The Archaic Period Greece: The Classical Period Greece: The Hellenistic Period Greek City Planning The Architecture of Ancient India and Southeast Asia Early Buddhist Shrines The Spread of Buddhist Influence Early Hindu Shrines Traditional Architecture of China and Japan Chinese Architectural Principles Principles of City Planning Houses and Gardens Japanese Temple Architecture Japanese Cities, Castles, andHouses Zen Buddhist Architecture The Roman World Roman Architecture Building Techniques and Materials City Planning Temples Public Buildings Residences Early Christian and Byzantine Architecture Early Christian Basilicas Martyria, Baptistries, andMausolea Byzantine Basilicas and DomedBasilicas Centrally Planned ByzantineChurches Byzantine Churches in Russia Islamic Architecture Early Shrines and Palaces Development of the Mosque Regional Variations in MosqueDesign Houses, Palaces, and UrbanPatterns Early Medieval and Romanesque Architecture Carolingian Architecture Anglo-Saxon and VikingArchitecture Early Romanesque Architecture Romanesque Architecture of theHoly Roman Empire Churches of the Pilgrimage Roads The Order of Cluny Romanesque Architecture ofAquitaine and Provence Cistercian Monasteries Norman Architecture Gothic Architecture Early Gothic High Gothic Gothic Architecture in England Italian and German Gothic Medieval Construction Medieval Housing and Castles Medieval Cities Indigenous Architecture in the Pre-Columbian Americas Tribes of the Great Plains and theGreat Lakes Tribes of the Northeast Tribes of the Mississippi RiverBasin Arctic and Subarctic Tribes Tribes of the Northwest andNorthern California Tribes of the Southwest The Olmecs of the Eastern MexicanCoast Teotihuacan in the Valley ofMexico The Zapotecs and Mixtecs at MonteAlban in Oaxaca Tikal and Oter Maya Sites inGuatemala and the Yucatan The Toltecs in the Valley ofMexico The Aztecs at Tenochlitlan The Incas in the Andes Renaissance Architecture Filippo Brunelleschi Leone Battista Alberti Other Renaissance City Plans The Spread of the Renaissance Leonardo da Vinci Donato Bramante The Late Renaissance or Mannerism Michelangelo Andrea Palladio Palladio's Venice Garden Design The Renaissance in France The Renaissance in England Baroque Architecture The Catholic reformation andCounter Reformation Pope Sixtus V and the Replanningof Rome The Completion of St. Peter's andthe Work of Gianlorenzo Bernini The Small Roman Churches byFrancesco Borromini Urban Open Spaces in Baroque Rome The Spread of Baroque Architectureto Northern Italy The Baroque in Central Europe The Baroque in France Christopher Wren and the Baroquein England Hawksmoor, VanBrugh, and Gibbs The Eighteenth Century The English Neo-Palladians The Return to Antiquity Robert Adam and William Chambers Etienne-Louis Boullee andClaude-Nicholas Ledoux French Architects and theAggrandizement of the State French Architectural Education andthe Ecole de Beaux Arts The Challenge of the IndustrialRevolution Romanticism and the Picturesque The Romantic Landscape Picturesque Buildings Nineteenth Century Developments Neo-Classicism The Gothic Revival The Ecole des Beaux-Arts Progress in Iron and SteelFabrication Architectural Applications of Ironand Steel Construction Skeletal Construction in Concreteand Wood The Arts and Crafts Movement The Art Nouveau The Vienna Secession Henry Hobson Richardson and LouisSullivan in America The Twentieth Century and Modernism The Idea of a Modern Architecture Adolf Loos The Modern Masters Frank Lloyd Wright Peter Behrens and the DeutscherWerkbund Futurism and Constructivism Dutch and German Expressionism The Art Deco De Stijl Architects and Engineers whoExploited the Potential of Concrete Tony Garnier and the IndustrialCity Le Corbusier Walter Gropius and the Bauhaus Ludwig Mies Van der Rohe The Weissenhof Siedlung and theInternational Style Later Work of Mies Van der Rohe Later Work of Frank Lloyd Wright Later Work of Le Corbusier Modernisms in the Mid- and Late-Twentieth Century Alvar Aalto Eero Saarinen Louis I. Kahn Robert Venturi's RadicalCounter-Proposal to Modernism Intellectual Inspirations forPost-Modernism Philip Johnson Charles Moore Michael Graves Robert A.M. Stern Richard Meier The Exploitation of Technology byJames Stirling and Others Deconstruction Peter Eisenman Frank Gehry Glenn MurcuttMoffett, Marian is the author of 'Buildings Across Time An Introduction to World Architecture', published 2004 under ISBN 9780073197739 and ISBN 0073197734.
With our dedicated customer support team, 30-day no-questions-asked return policy, and our price match guarantee, you can rest easy knowing that we're doing everything we can to save you time, money, and stress.
Book condition guidelines
New (perfect condition)
Pages are clean and are not marked by notes, highlighting or fold.
Like new (excellent condition)
Pages are clean and are not marked by notes, highlighting or folds.
Very good (good condition)
Pages are intact and may have minimal notes and/or highlighting or folds.
Good (clean condition)
All pages and the cover is intact. The spine may show signs of wear. Pages include notes and/or highlighting.
Acceptable (readable condition)
All pages and the cover is intact. Pages include considerable notes in pen or highlighter, but the text is not obscured.
How do rentals work?
Save up to 90% on the largest selection of textbook rentals in the business. We have the lowest prices - guaranteed.
Choose between standard or expedited shipping to make sure that your textbooks arrive in time for class.
Return for free!
When your books are due, just pack them up and ship them back. And don't worry about shipping - it's absolutely free!