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25 towns in the Wild West are the protagonists in this book, including famous places like El Paso, Rio Bravo, and Lahood-not as clichés, but as constructed reality.

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25 towns in the Wild West are the protagonists in this book, including famous places like El Paso, Rio Bravo, and Lahood-not as clichés, but as constructed reality. Detailed maps offer a previously non-existent overview of spatial contexts and form the basis for an intensive exploration of architecture and urban planning. The culture of the "city without a future" in the American West between 1860 and 1900 has been maintained in the films out of which it arises. This architectural analysis does not attempt to nostalgically reactivate the Western town, but uses it instead as a vehicle to critique contemporary phenomena in terms of infrastructure, the link between architecture and city, and the role of urban planning-after the Stranger persuaded the residents of Lago to paint the whole town red, he declared himself ready to protect it from the approaching gunmen. With maps of the towns from the following films (selected): 'A Fistful of Dollars' (1964), 'Buchanan Rides Alone' (1958), 'For a Few Dollars More' (1965), 'Fort Apache' (1948).

  • TitreThe Western Town
  • Sous titreA Theory of Aggregation
  • AuteursAlex Lehnerer,Jayne Kelley,Jared Macken,Lorenzo Stieger,Robert E Somol
  • Date de publication2013
  • ÉditeurHatje Cantz Pub
  • Nombre de pages175
  • Versionpreview-1.0.0
  • Langueen
  • Type d'impressionBOOK
  • CatégoriesArchitecture
  • ISBN - 10377573659X
  • ISBN - 139783775736596

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The Western Town - A Theory of Aggregation

The Western Town - A Theory of Aggregation

25 towns in the Wild West are the protagonists in this book, including famous places like El Paso, Rio Bravo, and Lahood-not as clichés, but as constructed reality.

Neuf sous film.