Thames & Hudson Publish The Architecture of Natural Light by Henry Plummer

| February 28, 2012 | 0 Comments

Thames & Hudson have published The Architecture of Natural Light by Henry Plummer in paperback.

The Architecture of Natural Light is the first publication to consider the many effects of natural illumination in contemporary buildings. This comprehensive and thoughtful survey begins with a brief introduction to the history of architecture, seen through the advances and experimentation put forward by architects over the centuries. For all those seeking to or interested in creating space that transcends the physical, The Architecture of Natural Light is a powerful and poetic yet practical survey that provides an original and timeless approach to contemporary architecture.

Henry Plummer teaches architectural theory and design at the University of Illinois’s Center for Advanced Study. He received his M.Arch from M.I.T., studied light-art with Gyorgy Kepes, and was a photographic apprentice to Minor White.

The Architecture of Natural Light by Henry Plummer
ISBN 9780500290361
28.00 x 26.00 cm
Paperback
256pp
465 Illustrations, 408 in colour
First published 2012
£22.50
More info: www.thamesandhudson.com

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