5 edition of Building with wood and other aspects of nineteenth-century building in central Canada found in the catalog.
|Statement||John I. Rempel.|
|LC Classifications||NA746.O5 R45 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 454 p. :|
|Number of Pages||454|
|LC Control Number||81116855|
As the central feature of its year-long Centennial the Metropolitan Museum has mounted a spectacular exhibition of American decorative arts of the nineteenth century. Federal, Empire, Gothic, Rococo, Renaissance, Art Nouveau, Reform—the century's principal styles succeed one another in a series of lavish room settings and galleries that. A. Parker's Books, Inc., ABAA: Incorporated in , A. Parker's Books has been located in downtown Sarasota, Florida for over thirty years. We have consistently offered one of the finest selections of rare and antiquarian books in the Southeast. Our knowledgeable staff and high level of integrity are demonstrated and monitored by our professional memberships in the Florida Antiquarian.
Sandstone that was being quarried in Hillsdale and Jackson counties by the mid-nineteenth century and at various points along the south shore of Lake Superior by the latter decades of the century contributed building stone of brown and red colors that made distinctive contributions to the urban landscapes of numerous towns in the Upper. The triple-decker is a much-beloved wood frame apartment building that is commonly found in New England towns and cities. The structures were originally used to house large numbers of .
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Book Description: The author dissects a building to study its anatomy. With the aid of photographs and drawings, mostly by himself and more than half of them new in this edition, he discusses the practical aspects of construction and the technical methods used in the erection not only of log and frame houses but also of mills, churches, bridges, and schools.
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Building with Wood,by John I. Rempel, hardcover with dust jacket, published by University of Toronto Press, pages. and other aspects of nineteenth-century building in Ontario From the dust jacket The forms and expressions of architecture are derived from the contemporary social, economic, and political life of a people, and from the climate and natural resources of a Rating: % positive.
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Building with wood and other aspects of nineteenth-century building in Ontario. by John L. Rempel | Jan 1, Building With Wood and Other Aspects of Nineteenth Century Building in Central Canada. by John I. Rempel | Jul 1, out. The method of building wooden buildings with a traditional timber frame with horizontal plank or log infill has many names, the most common of which are piece sur piece (French.
Also used to describe log building), corner post construction, post-and-plank, ständerbohlenbau (German) and skiftesverk (Swedish). This traditional building method is believed to be the predecessor to half-timber. Archeological Services, Parks Canada, Winnipeg. Rempel, John I.
Building with Wood and Other Aspects of Nineteenth Century Building in Central Canada. University of Toronto Press. c ISBN Rich, E. (ed.) Cumberland and Hudson House Journals 2 vols.
London: Hudson's Bay Company Record Society, REMPEL, John n g With Wood and Other Aspects of Nineteenth-Century Building in Ontario. Toronto, University of Toronto Press,pages, photographs, sketches, bibliography, index.
RITCHIE, T., and the staff of the Division of Building Research, National Research Council. Canada Builds, On wood buildings in Canada, see: John I.
Rempel, Building with Wood and Other Aspects of Nineteenth-Century Building in Central Canada (Toronto-Buffalo-London, University of Author: Michelangelo Sabatino.
Less self-contained than the "château," the "palace"-type building was well-adapted to the urban environment: parallel to the street, the principal building unit rose up at the back of the main courtyard, which was framed by two other "fore-central" (avant-corps) building units.
Appearing in France at the beginning of the 17th century, the. Rempel, John I. Building with Wood and Other Aspects of Nineteenth Century Building in Central Canada.
University of Toronto Press. c ISBN Rich, E. (ed.) Cumberland and Hudson House Journals 2 vols. London: Hudson's Bay Company Record Society, Rich, E. (ed.) Moose Fort Journals London.
The history of construction overlaps many other fields like structural engineering and relies on other branches of science like archaeology, history and architecture to investigate how the builders lived and recorded their accomplishments. Those fields allow us to analyse constructed buildings and other structures built since prehistory, the tools used and the different uses of building materials.
Out of print, this is a collector’s item. In addition to describing architect Moshe Safdie’s interesting design for the National Gallery of Canada in Ottawa, this book documents the development of the public art museum, a type of building that dates back to the mid-nineteenth century.
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