The Hieroglyphics of Space

The Hieroglyphics of Space

From political interpretations to gendered analyses, from methods of mapping to filmic representations, and from studies in consumption to economic surveys, the volume offers a range of strategies for reading and experiencing the modern ...

Author: Neil Leach

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781134638727

Category: Architecture

Page: 320

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'Spatial images', wrote the German cultural theorist, Siegfried Kracauer, 'are the dreams of society. Wherever the hieroglyphics of any spatial image are deciphered, there the basis of social reality presents itself.' But how exactly are these spatial images to be deciphered? Hieroglyphics of Space addresses this question with a series of insightful essays on some of the great metropolitan centres of the world. From political interpretations to gendered analyses, from methods of mapping to filmic representations, and from studies in consumption to economic surveys, the volume offers a range of strategies for reading and experiencing the modern metropolis.
Categories: Architecture

Space Architecture

Space Architecture

... Hieroglyphics of Space: Reading and Experiencing the Modern Metropolis (
Routledge, 2002); Forget Heidegger (Paideia, 2006); Camouflage (MIT Press,
2006); and The Politics of Space (Routledge, forthcoming). He holds an MA and ...

Author: Sandra Häuplik-Meusburger

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781118663301

Category: Architecture

Page: 136

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Forty years on from the first moon landing, architecture in Space is entering a new era. Over the last decade, there has been a fundamental shift in the Space industry from short-term pioneering expeditions to long-term planning for colonisation, and new ventures such as Space tourism. Architects are now involved in designing the interiors of long-term habitable structures in Space, such as the International Space Station, researching advanced robotic fabrication technologies for building structures on the Moon and Mars, envisioning new 'space yachts' for the super-rich, and building new facilities, such as the Virgin Galactic 'Spaceport America' in New Mexico designed by Foster + Partners. Meanwhile the mystique of Space remains as alluring as ever, as high-profile designers and educators – such as Greg Lynn – are running designs studios drawing upon ever more inventive computational design techniques. This issue of AD features the most significant current projects underway and highlights key areas of research in Space, such as energy, materials, manufacture and robotics. It also looks at how this research and investment in new technologies might transfer to terrestrial design and construction. Space architects: Constance Adams, Marc Cohen, Ondrej Doule, Sandra Häuplik-Meusburger, Scott Howe, Brent Sherwood, Madhu Thangavelu, Andreas Vogler, Robert Zubrin. Architects: Bevk Perovic Arhitekti, Dekleva Gregoric Arhitekti, Foster + Partners, Neil Leach, Greg Lynn, OFIS architects, SADAR + VUGA.
Categories: Architecture

The Spaces of the Modern City

The Spaces of the Modern City

... Second Renaissance," in N. Leach, ed., The Hieroglyphics of Space (London:
Routledge, 2002), 15-30. 68. See my analysis in Metropolitan Architecture and
Modernity. 69. See Vidler, Warped Spaces. On Simmel in this context, see Frisby,
 ...

Author: Gyan Prakash

Publisher: Princeton University Press

ISBN: 0691133433

Category: Architecture

Page: 457

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It historicizes the contemporary discussion of urbanism, highlighting the local and global breadth of the city landscape. This interdisciplinary collection examines how the city develops in the interactions of space and imagination. The essays focus on issues such as street design in Vienna, the motion picture industry in Los Angeles, architecture in Marseilles and Algiers, and the kaleidoscopic paradox of post-apartheid Johannesburg. They explore the nature of spatial politics, examining the disparate worlds of eighteenth-century Baghdad, nineteenth-century Morelia. They also show the meaning of everyday spaces to urban life, illuminating issues such as crime in metropolitan London, youth culture in Dakar, "memory projects" in Tokyo, and Bombay cinema.
Categories: Architecture

Experience Design

Experience Design

Spaces. Baudrillard, Jean. Simulacra and Simulation. Ann Arbor, MI: University of
Michigan Press, 1994. Boym, Svetlana. The Future of ... In Neil Leach, ed. The
Hieroglyphics of Space: Reading and Experiencing the Modern Metropolis.

Author: Peter Benz

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9781472571137

Category: Design

Page: 208

View: 271

How can we design better experiences? Experience Design brings together leading international scholars to provide a cross-section of critical thinking and professional practice within this emerging field. Contributors writing from theoretical, empirical and applied design perspectives address the meaning of 'experience'; draw on case studies to explore ways in which specific 'experiences' can be designed; examine which methodologies and practices are employed in this process; and consider how experience design interrelates with other academic and professional disciplines. Chapters are grouped into thematic sections addressing positions, objectives and environments, and interactions and performances, with individual case studies addressing a wide range of experiences, including urban spaces, the hospital patient, museum visitors, mobile phone users, and music festival and restaurant goers.
Categories: Design

King Lear the Space of Tragedy

King Lear  the Space of Tragedy

The hieroglyphics - the stroke of a brush on a white square , black spots and lines
- remind one of the tapping and clapping of the Noh orchestra . talking to Hiroshi
Teshigahara was very interesting . He was full of idiosyncratic ideas ; he was ...

Author: Grigoriĭ Mikhaĭlovich Kozint︠s︡ev

Publisher: Univ of California Press

ISBN: 0520033922

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 260

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Categories: Performing Arts

The Pharaoh of the Exodus

The Pharaoh of the Exodus

hieroglyphics , which state that the temple was erected by Rameses II . Along the
top of the upper subdivision runs a narrow band divided into thirteen spaces ,
which are occupied by the signs of the twelve months , divided into their three ...

Author: David William Nash

Publisher: London : J.R. Smith

ISBN: WISC:89099813099

Category: Chronology, Egyptian

Page: 319

View: 827

Categories: Chronology, Egyptian

Fundraising Flirtation and Fancywork

Fundraising  Flirtation and Fancywork

St. Leonards, NSW: Allen & Unwin, 1993. Rendell, Jane. “The Pursuit of Pleasure
: London Rambling.” In The Hieroglyphics of Space: Reading and Experiencing
the Modern Metropolis, edited by Neil Leach, 103-124. London: Routledge, 2002
 ...

Author: Annette Shiell

Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing

ISBN: 9781443864770

Category: History

Page: 325

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Fundraising, Flirtation and Fancywork examines the history and development of the charity bazaar movement in Australia. Transported from Britain, the charity bazaar played an integral role in Australian communal, social and philanthropic life from the early days of European settlement. Ranging in size and scale, from simple sales of goods to month long extravaganzas, charity bazaars were such a popular and successful means of raising revenue that they sustained the majority of the nation’s major public and religious institutions. The nineteenth-century charity bazaar was a paradox. On the one hand, it encapsulated responsibility and civic duty through its raison d’etre, which was the provision of support for charitable causes. On the other, it encouraged a loosening of social and gendered restraint as women of the middle and upper classes repositioned themselves in a public space where the acquisition of material goods, gambling and flirting with men was actively encouraged. From their inception, bazaars were the domain of women. They provided middle and upper class women with an opportunity to exercise their organisational, creative and social skills outside the domestic sphere, within a framework of socially acceptable philanthropic endeavour. Women’s dominance and public role in charity bazaars destabilised conventional gender relations. The nucleus of the charity bazaar was the fancywork produced by women for sale on the stalls. Bazaars were an accessible and important repository for the display and sale of women’s creative work and the bazaar movement was instrumental in shaping women’s fancywork. Bazaars were revered and reviled in colonial Australia. Despite the criticisms and the many social and cultural changes that occurred in nineteenth-century Australia, charity bazaars continued to escalate in number, popularity and complexity. They predated and influenced the great international exhibitions and the development of larger shops and emporiums and by the end of the century, had evolved into themed entertainment and shopping spectacles known as grand bazaars. Charity bazaars mirrored and shaped the social customs, mores and fashions of their time and are a rich, largely untapped, interdisciplinary historical source.
Categories: History

The Evolving Spatial Form of Cities in a Globalising World Economy

The Evolving Spatial Form of Cities in a Globalising World Economy

Landman K (2000b) An overview of enclosed neighbourhoods in South Africa.
Pretoria: CSIR. Leach N (ed) (2002) The hieroglyphics of space: Reading and
experiencing the modern metropolis. London and New York: Routledge. Lipman
A ...

Author: Martin J. Murray

Publisher: HSRC Press

ISBN: 0796920729

Category: Political Science

Page: 58

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In this paper, Murray draws attention to the large metropolises that dominate as economic power base - cities such as New York and Japan - and then contrasts them with cities that aspire to such "world-class" status as Johannesburg and Säao Paulo, using the concept of "global cities" as a key context to the discussion.
Categories: Political Science

306090 04 Global Trajectories

306090 04  Global Trajectories

He is the author of The Anaesthetics of Architecture ( MIT , 1999 ) , and
Millennium Culture ( Ellipsis , 1999 ) ; editor of Rethinking Architecture (
Routledge , 1997 ) , Architecture and Revolution ( Routledge , 1999 ) , The
Hieroglyphics of Space ...

Author: Alexander Briseno

Publisher: 306090, Inc

ISBN: 1568984065

Category: Architecture

Page: 127

View: 259

306090 04: Global Trajectories examines emerging pedagogies in design, technology, and ecology, cultivating and critically addressing the diverse yet intersecting threads of research being pursued by an emerging group of young architects from around the world, including Eye Design, Linda Samuels, Cameron Sinclair, Peter Perisic, and others, as well as commentary from Saskia Sassen, Michael Hardt, Reinhold Martin, David Hays, Nicholas de Monchaux, Stephano Boeri, Keller Easterling, and Neil Leach.
Categories: Architecture

Catalogue of the Egyptian Antiquities in the Museum of Hartwell House

Catalogue of the Egyptian Antiquities in the Museum of Hartwell House

The figures are outlined in a red ink , and the hieroglyphics in black ink . A grey
colour has been carefully painted between the figures , leaving them , and the
space occupied by the the space occupied by the hieroglyphics , white . The
subject ...

Author: John Lee

Publisher:

ISBN: OXFORD:302014589

Category: Art objects

Page: 91

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Categories: Art objects

How to Read Egyptian Hieroglyphs

How to Read Egyptian Hieroglyphs

The above method of unrolling most closely resembles the order the hieroglyphs
were "spelled." The ancient Egyptians did not "unroll" their words of course, they
arranged their hieroglyphs to use as little space as possible, even if it meant ...

Author: Charles E. Nichols

Publisher: Charles Nichols

ISBN: 9781438264684

Category: Foreign Language Study

Page: 148

View: 308

This book is written for high school students and beginners. It avoids using complicated grammar. The examples are kept simple. In many cases the hieroglyphs are "unrolled" - each hieroglyphic word is presented to the student one hieroglyph at a time, just as we write an English word one letter at a time. Each hieroglyph is treated as if it were a letter. This makes it much easier for the beginning student. Volume 1 consists of a series of simple lessons which when completed will enable the student to read many simple hieroglyphic sentences and significant parts of more complex sentences. The grammar presented is "Middle Egyptian" which is the most common version taught. It is not necessary to have previously studied any other foreign language. In many ways, learning ancient Egyptian will be easier for the student who has never studied a foreign language before.
Categories: Foreign Language Study

Vision

Vision

... a perpendicular line that a given space , much more can be written than was
bent angling at the top towards the left . there can be of other languages , as for in
Other signs represented " above , " " about , " stance , the hieroglyphics of Egypt .

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: NYPL:33433075797187

Category: Mormons

Page:

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Categories: Mormons

Fragments of Modernity Routledge Revivals

Fragments of Modernity  Routledge Revivals

Simmers examination of the metropolis as the social space within which the
experiences of modernity are located is significant in ... He undertakes a rigorous
investigation of the hieroglyphics of social space that focuses more directly upon
the ...

Author: David Frisby

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781134459858

Category: Social Science

Page: 320

View: 936

Fragments of Modernity, first published in 1985, provides a critical introduction to the work of three of the most original German thinkers of the early twentieth century. In their different ways, all three illuminated the experience of the modern urban life, whether in mid nineteenth-century Paris, Berlin at the turn of the twentieth century or later as the vanguard city of the Weimar Republic. They related the new modes of experiencing the world to the maturation of the money economy (Simmel), the process of rationalization of capital (Kracauer) and the fantasy world of commodity fetishism (Benjamin). In each case they focus on those fragments of social experience that could best capture the sense of modernity.
Categories: Social Science

Internationalizing and world classing Domestic Space in Bangalore

 Internationalizing  and  world classing  Domestic Space in Bangalore

... and Citizenship in Sao Paulo . Berkeley : University of California Press , 2000 .
Chaplin , Sarah and Eric Holding . " Addressing the Post - Urban : Los Angeles ,
Las Vegas , New York . " The Hieroglyphics of Space . Ed 104 Bibliography.

Author: Sannihita Rao Takkallapalli

Publisher:

ISBN: UCAL:C3501331

Category:

Page: 214

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The Rosetta Stone in Hieroglyphics and Greek

The Rosetta Stone  in Hieroglyphics and Greek

That the reader may understand how much of the Inscription is wanting , the
broken space at the end of each line is left of its proper length . In one case only
is that space filled up conjecturally - namely , between lines seven and eight .

Author: Samuel Sharpe

Publisher:

ISBN: IBNR:CR100818679

Category: Egyptian language

Page: 63

View: 739

Categories: Egyptian language

The Rosetta Stone in Hieroglyphics and Greek with Translations and an Explanation of the Hieroglyphical Characters and Followed by an Appendix of Kings names Etc

The Rosetta Stone  in Hieroglyphics and Greek  with Translations  and an Explanation of the Hieroglyphical Characters  and Followed by an Appendix of Kings names  Etc

That the reader may understand how much of the Inscription is wanting , the
broken space at the end of each line is left of its proper length . In one case only
is that space filled up conjecturally - namely , between lines seven and eight .

Author: Samuel Sharpe

Publisher:

ISBN: BL:A0022054110

Category:

Page:

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Revelation Space

Revelation Space

Of the display devices which still worked, some showed unreadable mush; the
senseless hieroglyphics of machine senility. Khouri was grateful that there were
no entoptics. She had the feeling that if there had been any, they too would have
 ...

Author: Alastair Reynolds

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 1440673799

Category: Fiction

Page: 592

View: 534

The highly-acclaimed first novel in the Revelation Space universe—a debut that has redefined the space opera with a staggering journey across vast gulfs of time and space to confront the very nature of reality itself... “[A] TOUR DE FORCE…RAVISHINGLY INVENTIVE.”—Publishers Weekly Nine hundred thousand years ago, something annihilated the Amarantin civilization just as it was on the verge of discovering space flight. Now one scientist, Dan Sylveste, will stop at nothing to solve the Amarantin riddle before ancient history repeats itself. With no other resources at his disposal, Sylveste forges a dangerous alliance with the cyborg crew of the starship Nostalgia for Infinity. But as he closes in on the secret, a killer closes in on him. Because the Amarantin were destroyed for a reason—and if that reason is uncovered, the universe—and reality itself—could be irrevocably altered...
Categories: Fiction

Archaeologia Or Miscellaneous Tracts Relating to Antiquity

Archaeologia  Or  Miscellaneous Tracts  Relating to Antiquity

characters , sacred letters or hieroglyphics , enchorial or vulgar letters , and
Greek letters . ... The enchorial inscription occupies nearly as much space as the
Greek , and seems , as far as can be conjectured from its appearance , to contain
not ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: BSB:BSB10499536

Category:

Page:

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First Steps in Egyptian Hieroglyphics

First Steps in Egyptian Hieroglyphics

THE first decipherer who succeeded in assigning correct values to any of the
Egyptian picture signs or hieroglyphics was ... from the time of the first historical
king Men to the period of the rule of the Roman Emperors, that is to say for a
space of ...

Author: E. A. Wallis Budge

Publisher: Courier Corporation

ISBN: 9780486146577

Category: History

Page: 352

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Classic primer comprises lists of frequently used signs and determinatives, a vocabulary of about 500 words, a series of 31 texts and extracts, and untransliterated and untranslated texts to be worked out independently.
Categories: History

The Inner Limits of Outer Space

The Inner Limits of Outer Space

This returns us to the main question of whether we will be able to decipher
messages from outer space . To get a ... hieroglyphics. ,. an. active. language.
from. approximately. 7000 B . C . to 100 B . C . During these historical times many
cultural ...

Author: John C. Baird

Publisher: Dartmouth College Press

ISBN: UOM:39015012765619

Category: Psychology

Page: 226

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Discusses how the biases of human psychology have shaped--and limited--scientific perceptions of the form that communication with extraterrestrial beings might take
Categories: Psychology