Despite their utilitarian nature, many bridges constitute the most visually stunning structures of our cities and towns. In Bridgescape: The Art of Designing Bridges. Results 1 – 30 of 37 Bridgescape: The Art of Designing Bridges by Gottemoeller, Frederick, Gottemoeller, Freder and a great selection of related books, art and. : Bridgescape: The Art of Designing Bridges, Second Edition ( ) by Frederick Gottemoeller and a great selection.

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I’d like to read this book on Kindle Don’t have a Kindle? You’ll find updated bridge examples, improved photographs, and moretechnical depth for serious engineering study. Subjects Bridges — Design and construction. The author also discusses the dynamics of involving local authorities and the community in bridge design. Please verify that you are not a robot.

Gottemoeller demystifies the creative process by breaking down the bridge into its most fundamental elements-line, form, and placement in the site, as well as color, texture, and ornamentation.

Frederick Gottemoeller Find more information about: As members of the public we use bridges every day. Featuring a larger page size to better highlight the detailed illustrations and photos, this edition’s entirely new coverage includes: An updated classic on designing both functional and visuallystunning bridges.


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Please try again later. Featuring a larger page size to better highlight the detailed illustrations and photos, this edition’s entirely new coverage includes:.

References to this book Bridge Peter Bishop Limited preview – Twelve new case studies of bridges, with an emphasis on therelationship between design problems and planning theirsolutions. Would you like to tell us about a lower price? This innovative approach challenges the reader to design and build bridges that are both functional and pleasing to the eye. Naval Academy Bridge in Annapolis, Maryland. The Engineer as Structural Artist.

Preview this item Preview this item. Gottemoeller explains the fundamentals of bridge design as they relate to appearance and economics, which are generally the public’s main concerns, and enables the average community participant to understand why some solutions are better than others. The E-mail Address es field is required.

Bridgescape the Art of Designing Bridges

The Art of Designing Bridges, 2nd Edition. This highly visual guide to understanding and using aestheticsin the design of bridges is now available in a second edition. Above all, they speak to us about the values and aspirations of the communities, organizations and persons who build them. WileyMay 21, – Architecture – pages. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews.


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The E-mail message field is required. Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. My library Help Atr Book Search. Distinct from the technical books that separate architecture from engineering, Bridgescape offers a refreshing survey of the power of aesthetics in modern bridge design.