About 37 results for the topic "gothic design"
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By f bucher · 1968 · cited by 112 — prentke, model analysis of gothic structure, in this issue.) i nevertheless hope to ascertain that each step of gothic construction was governed by a design and ...
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Gothic church architecture powerfully conveys impressions of movement and restless growth. in many gothic interiors, slender columns seem to soar heavenward ...
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A neo-gothic structure that stands 45 metres high, the twin- towered edifice commands an imposing presence in the neighbourhood, fronted by a.
In. england, the gothic movement is split into four periods: norman gothic, early english gothic, decorated gothic, and perpendicular gothic. the modern ...
By og von simson · 1952 · cited by 31 — the gothic cathedral: design and meaning. within the last century the history of architecture has sought to explain the origin and meaning of the gothic.
Cited by 31 — vaults or wall design for towers. introduction. the building of gothic churches and cathedrals was not an amateur task.
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By r mark · 1984 · cited by 32 — gothic builders used the cathedrals themselves as models, modifying designs as structural problems emerged. ... to confirm the stability of a new design.
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The design possibilities of new building techniques united art and architecture in the churches and cathedrals of the. gothic period.
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In this research, frames are regarded as the main parts of traceries; thus, the design of frames is a focus of this study. page 4. 4-1. drawing motifs. some ...