13 Architects Children Should Know by Florian Heine
  

13 Architects Children Should Know

Written by Florian Heine
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RRP £9.99

Synopsis

13 Architects Children Should Know by Florian Heine

Buildings of every shape and size and from all corners of the world, populate this colourful and beautifully produced book that introduces children to history's most iconic architectural feats and the people behind them. In lively illustrated spreads, young readers will learn how Christopher Wren reconstructed an 11th-century cathedral after London's great fire of 1666 to become the St Paul's Cathedral that we know today and how its dome survived the Blitz. They will find out how Thomas Jefferson, in building his plantation, Monticello, created a new architecture for a new nation. They will be introduced to the genius of Frank Lloyd Wright, Le Corbusier, Mies van der Rohe and Zaha Hadid and can examine in detail the wonders of the Eiffel Tower, the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, Spain and Rome's most beautiful theatre. The book proceeds chronologically, accompanied by a timeline to offer helpful historical context. Each architect's entry includes a concise biography, illustrations of major works and lively texts that speak directly to young readers. Additional information about the buildings pictured, suggestions for further reading and online resources will satisfy the most curious of minds.

Reviews

-This handsome book offers young people an informative introduction to architecture.- --Carolyn Phelan, Booklist

About the Author

Florian Heine, born in 1965, studied art history, communication studies and psychology in Munich. He works as a freelance photographer in the fields of art, theatre, advertising and industry and has had several exhibitions. He lives in Munich.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
48 pages

Author

Florian Heine
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Publisher

Prestel

Publication date

21st August 2014

ISBN

9783791371849


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