ARCHITECT & ENGINEER. A STUDY IN SIBLING RIVALRY

ARCHITECT & ENGINEER. A STUDY IN SIBLING RIVALRY.

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How architects and engineers relate to one another has long been debated but never before addressed over a broad span of history. This pioneering and handsomely illustrated book esquires for the first time into the pattern of these relationships since the Renaissance. Concentrating particularly on Britain, France and the United States, "Architect and Engineer: A Study in Sibling Rivalry" looks at what has actually taken place when architecture and engineering have interlocked. It examines projects ranging from the building of Waterloo Bridge to the evolution of the Chicago skyscraper, and personalities from Vauban to Isambard Kingdom Brunel and Frank Lloyd Wright.

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