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Utility she argues to align it with how function is defined in mathematics biology or music Form on the other hand should be considered not only in the way buildings are produced but also how they perform sensorially Function and form considered together in architecture stand in opposi. This is one of Moussavi s The Function of books which are great books for students I would personally recommend the Ornament installment This book explains many many different structural solutions that mostly include arches and vaults and the almost infinite variations of them Still a good book maybe even a better book for engineers looking to get a broad overview than architects but still a good book to have

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The Function of Form

Tion to the dualism which defined our approach to the built environment throughout the twentieth century This book provides a thought provoking account of the challenges facing the 21st century built environment and an enlivened awareness of the wider possibilities of architectural for. After her lecture at the GSD and reading the Ornament publication I find this wonderful book to be helpful It contains great abstract diagrams and information especially for students interested in theoretical ideas and concepts

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In The Function of Form internationally acclaimed architect Farshid Moussavi provides a provocative critiue of the historically opposing relationship between function and form to reveal the contradiction at the heart of modernism We need to move away from the definition of function as. about the book it was a little dissapointing many pictures but weak theory still you have to meditate for a while on many aspects after come to some practical use but it s useful it s not a book for begginersI think with all the graphics you can easily feed your imagination


10 thoughts on “The Function of Form

  1. says:

    I have to say I'm disappointed too. This book has many, many images but only the first 50 pages are theory; the rest of the book is full of images of grasshopperesque structure systems plus a few other buildings. IMO, If you are looking for a book with information about form and its process I would recommend Cecil Balmond's Infor

  2. says:

    about the book: it was a little dissapointing, many pictures but weak theory. still you have to meditate for a while on many aspects

  3. says:

    What else to say but a big WOW.. This book is actually what i really need it.

    Concerning the fact that i was interested in origami(tell you the truth i am a bit of an addict), but since i intend to be a
    graduate architect, i was searching something that will transcend the function of origami as an "art made of

  4. says:

    It is an excellent book. It is a must for any designer or architect.

  5. says:

    it's like a catalog of all past forms of architectural structure. for example, all kinds of vaults. the list is long. but for the price offers, it's good bargain.

  6. says:

    This is one of Moussavi's "The Function of " books, which are great books for students. I would personally recommend the "Ornament" installment. This book explains many (many) different structural solutions that mostly include arches and vaults and the almost infinite variations of them. Still a good book, maybe even a better book f

  7. says:

    Excellent book and provider

  8. says:

    After her lecture at the GSD and reading the Ornament publication, I find this wonderful book to be helpful. It contains great abstract diagrams and information, especially for students interested in theoretical ideas and concepts.

  9. says:

    In great condition, a bit of light pencil notes in it but for the price this was sold for I was surprised it was a real book. thanks.

  10. says:

    Great reference book.

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