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Simon Unwin s book is clear and It makes a strong case The Pond from theirst page that architectural metaphors and compelling It makes strong case Tales And Novels Volume 02 Popular Tales from theirst page that architectural metaphors primal and ubiuitous regardless of the extent to which we are aware of their presence Unwin calls metaphor a cornerstone of creativity and notes that all architecture is metaphorically a shadow cast on Plato s cave cornerstone of creativity and notes that all architecture is metaphorically a shadow cast on Plato s cave He explores the relationship between architectural images words and ideas investigating both image related metaphors and some of the deeper conceptual metaphors His review is than superficial as he looks beyond simple Father Ralph fa ade assessment and applies the metaphors to the plans sections andunctions of the buildings as they relate to each metaphor With copious examples he traces our. Each of these Analysing Architecture Notebooks is devoted to a particular theme in understanding the rich and varied workings of architecture They can be thought of as addenda to the oundation volume Analysing Architecture which irst appeared in 1997 and has subseuently been enlarged in three urther editions Examining these extra themes as a series of Notebooks rat. .
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