ABE Journal - Architecture Beyond Europe - n°2/2012

This theme issue of ABE Journal – Architecture Beyond Europe examines the term "corporate" and its possible relationships to empire and architecture. Lees verder

In so doing, it considers not only the common usage/conception of corporate as a descriptor—i.e., the commercial dimension— but also its wider and more basic definition, particularly as it applies to organised groups or "bodies" of agents acting for reasons of common purpose. In some cases this went beyond the motivation of purpose to include the actual legal status and perceived responsibilities of such agents, leading to what might be described as
“corporate architectures” in both the narrowest and broadest sense of that term.


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Gegevens


Uitgever
InVisu
Auteur
Dirigé par G. A. Bremner and Diego Caltana,
Tijdschrift
ABE Journal
Taal
Frans
BISAC Subject Heading
ARC000000 ARCHITECTURE
Onix Audience Codes
01 General / trade
CLIL (2013)
3801 OUVRAGES DE DOCUMENTATION
Voor het eerst gepubliceerd
06 februari 2019
Type werk
Tijdschriftnummer

Paperback


Publicatie datum
06 februari 2019
ISBN-13
9791097315030
Omvang
Front matter page count : 104
Code
98503
Formaat
17 x 23,5 cm
Gewicht
186 grams
Aanbevolen verkoopprijs
23,00 €
ONIX XML
Version 2.1, Version 3

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