James Stirling’s Methodus Differentialis

An Annotated Translation of Stirling’s Text

Author: Ian Tweddle

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media


Category: Mathematics

Page: 296

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A new translation makes this classic and important text more generally accessible. The text is placed in its contemporary context, but also related to the interests of practising mathematicians today. This book will be of interest to mathematical historians, researchers, and numerical analysts.

The Architecture of James Stirling and His Partners James Gowan and Michael Wilford

A Study of Architectural Creativity in the Twentieth Century

Author: Geoffrey Howard Baker

Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.


Category: Architecture

Page: 558

View: 149

Sir James Stirling was one of the greatest British architects of the twentieth century. This book provides a comprehensive critical survey of Stirling's work, charting the development of his ideas over four turbulent architectural decades. Using archival material, analytical examination of key buildings, and extensive interviews with Stirling's partners, the book sheds new light on Stirling's philosophy, working method and design strategy, and the atelier structure of his office.

James Stirling

A Sketch of His Life and Works Along with His Scientific Correspondence

Author: James Stirling




Page: 213

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James Stirling

A Selected Bibliography

Author: Valerie Jean Nurcombe



Category: Architecture, Modern

Page: 32

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Wilford Stirling Wilford

Author: Michael Wilford

Publisher: Taylor & Francis


Category: Architecture

Page: 197

View: 932

The partnership of James Stirling Michael Wilford and Associates became over a 30 year period one of the most internationally renowned architectural practices. The projects shown in this book exemplify the design philosophy of the firm

Terminal Architecture

Author: Martin Pawley

Publisher: Reaktion Books


Category: Architecture

Page: 223

View: 230

In this polemical work, journalist Martin Pawley argues that the British obsession with the architectural past is a cultural dead end with no relevance to the technological age. He describes a vision of architecture for the next century.

Museum Builders

Author: James Steele

Publisher: Academy Editions Limited


Category: Architecture

Page: 272

View: 179

Features the most important selection of contemporary museums by well known architects today.