Published October 2002 by Prestel Publishing .
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|Number of Pages||128|
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From the glory of the Golden Gate to the grace of the Ponte Vecchio, the imposing presence of Londons Tower Bridge to a stone structure in Afghanistans Quala Panji that is still used today, Bridges That Changed the World is a celebration of our steadfast desire to connect with and discover the world around by: 2.
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Bridges is a passionate and learned journey into the awe-inspiring architectural icons that have connected and transformed landscapes throughout the world.
The book describes bridges' architectural and aesthetic influences and examines how these spectacles of engineering have influenced the development of cultures, economies and : Dan Cruickshank. The thematic span of this book ranges from ancient beam bridges in the Far East to daring reinforced steel constructions at the turn of the twenty-first century.
Using more than 50 examples from across the world, it introduces readers to a. "Bridges that Changed the World describes daring constructions, important routes, lifelines: more than 50 famous bridges and their stories. The book features a survey of the world's most handsome and important bridges; informative texts describing each bridge's origin and history; and illustrations, including plans and sketches."--BOOK JACKET.
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Introduction by Frank O. Gehry. Opening to a dazzling full-yard span, this panoramic tour introduces more than fifty of the world's greatest bridges in high-quality black-&-white photographs and an engaging text that sheds light on the historical and technological background of constructions that range from the ancient Roman Pont du Gard to the newly constructed/5.
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Inhabited bridges: 12th - 16th century: The greatest contribution of the Middle Ages to bridge building is the attractive notion of bridges with houses on them. This development has two practical origins. Bridges: designs that changed the world This is the Zhaozhou or Anji Bridge in Hebei, China, built between and AD.
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Concorde: A Supersonic Story.Bridge, structure that spans horizontally between supports, whose function is to carry vertical loads. Generally speaking, bridges can be divided into two categories: standard overpass bridges or unique-design bridges over rivers, chasms, or estuaries.
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