The Art of Building Cities: City Building According to Its Artistic Fundamentals. Front Cover. Camillo Sitte. Reinhold Publishing Corporation, – Art, Municipal. Camillo Sitte (17 April – 16 November ) was an Austrian architect, painter and urban He was an art historian and architect. For Sitte, the most important is not the architectural shape or form of each building, but the inherent creative quality of urban space, Camillo Sitte and the Birth of Modern City Planning. Camillo Sitte’s Art of Building Cities belongs to that rare class of books which not only create an immediate sensation at the time of publication but also later on.
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The Art of Building Cities: City Building According to Its Artistic Fundamentals by Camillo Sitte
Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone. He pointed out the advantages srt what came to be know as “turbine squares”–civic spaces served by streets entering in such a way as to resemble a pin-wheel in plan. Paperbackpages. Lists with This Book.
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Sitte strongly criticized the current emphasis on broad, straight boulevards, public squares arranged primarily for the convenience of traffic, and efforts to strip major public or religious landmarks of adjoining smaller structures regarded as encumbering such monuments of the past.
No trivia or quizzes yet. For Sitte, the most important is not the architectural shape or form of each building, but the inherent creative quality of urban spacethe whole as much more than the sum of its parts. The work of Sitte is not exactly ssitte criticism of architectural form, it is more precisely an aesthetic criticism of the nineteenth century’s end urbanism.
This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Jul 08, Kay rated it really liked it. Sitte contended that many urban planners had neglected to consider the vertical dimension of planning, instead focusing too much on paper, and that this approach hindered the efficacy of planning in an aesthetically conscious manner.