Published January 27, 2003
by Academy Press .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||128|
A very interesting book on architecture in its relation to food. It spans from table setting to restaurant to urban farming. It is a refreshing discourse in architecture. Read more. Helpful. Comment Report abuse. Dylan Gordon. out of 5 stars A Fascinating Book, Marred by Poor Typeface/5(5). Food and Architecture is the first book to explore, interrogate and illuminate the reciprocity between these two distinct fields of study and practice. Both disciplines rely on a combination of intuition, inventiveness, even wonder, but until recently have seldom come into dialogue with one another. Bringing together leading voices to provide. Get this from a library! Food + architecture. [Karen A Franck;] -- Food is in architecture. We buy, cook and consume it in many different public places designed to accommodate, even enhance, these activities of daily life. Much of the urban streetscape is composed. Carême threw down the gauntlet when he declared architecture the most noble of the arts and pastry the highest form of architecture. A century and half later, Eating Architecture picks up the gauntlet and runs to imaginative lengths in its exploration of the architectural aspects of food and the gastronomic aspects of architecture. An important and original contribution, full of delightful.
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