Formal Structure in Islamic Architecture of Iran and Turkestan

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<b>Formal Structure in Islamic Architecture of Iran and Turkestan</b>
Author: Klaus Herdeg
Publisher: Rizzoli International Publications
ISBN-13: 978-0847810499
Publication date: 1989
Number of pages: 83
Format / Quality: PDF
Size: 19,86 Мb
Language: English

This book represents over twelve years of Klaus Herdeg's work on the architecture of Iran and Turkistan. The principle purpose is to illustrate and explicate selected buildings, spaces, and city fabrics, rather than to give a traditional historical account of them. While the analysis of form and its associated meanings is primarily visual, the accompanying text for each example further refines the comprehension of a building or a city by positioning it within its cultural context. Throughout, there is a deliberate interplay of monumental public structures with their symbolic significance and the urban tissue surrounding them. Thus, an Islamic city is addressed in its entirety. Over one hundred photographs carry the central message.


Forward, Preface & Introduction [Formal Structure in Islamic Architecture of Iran and Turkistan]
Maidan-i-Shah, Isfahan
Mosque al-Hakim, Isfahan
Madrasa Madir-i-Shah, Isfahan
Bazaar: Caravanserai-i-Gulshan, Mosque-i-Jarchi, Isfahan
Bazaar: Amenity, Isfahan.
Hammam Ganj-i-Ali Khan, Kerman
Two Houses, Yazd
House with Garden, Nayin
Three Gardens: Yazd, Kashan, Shiraz
Samarkand, Turkistan
Bukhara, Turkistan and Two Houses in Bukhara
Khiva, Turkistan and Three Houses in Khiva
Religious and Mortuary Complex, Kashgar, Turkistan
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