References for: Mathematics and Architecture

Books

  1. G C Argan, Brunelleschi (Milan, 1955).
  2. M S Bulatov, Geometric harmonization in Central Asian architecture in the 9th-15th centuries, Historical-theoretic research Nauka (Moscow, 1988).
  3. J V Field, The invention of infinity : Mathematics and art in the Renaissance (Oxford, 1997).
  4. G Ifrah, The Universal History of Numbers (London, 1998).
  5. P Radelet-de Grave and E Benvenuto, Entre mécanique et architecture (Basel, 1995).
  6. G Sarton, Hellenistic science and culture in the last three centuries B.C. (New York, 1993).
  7. K Williams (ed.), Nexus III : architecture and mathematics, Ferrara, June 4-7, 2000 (Pisa, 2000).
Articles

  1. K N Afanas'ev, Ancient metrology and architecture (Russian), Istor.-Astronom. Issled. No. 20 (1988), 194-201.
  2. D J Bassegoda Nonell, Line geometry and architecture (Spanish), Mem. Real Acad. Cienc. Artes Barcelona 48 (10) (1989), 23.
  3. J A Bennett, Christopher Wren : astronomy, architecture, and the mathematical sciences, J. Hist. Astronom. 6 (3) (1975), 149-184.
  4. E Berger, Bauwerk und Plastik des Parthenon, in Antike Kunst (Basel, 1980).
  5. F Calio and Marchetti, Generation of architectural forms through linear algebra, in Nexus III : architecture and mathematics, Ferrara, June 4-7, 2000 (Pisa, 2000), 9-22.
  6. F Camerota, Architecture and science in baroque Rome : The mathematical ornaments of Villa Pamphilj, Nuncius Ann. Storia Sci. 15 (2) (2000), 589-638.
  7. A Capanna, Conoids and hyperbolic paraboloids in Le Corbusier's Philips Pavilion, in Nexus III : architecture and mathematics, Ferrara, June 4-7, 2000 (Pisa, 2000), 35-44.
  8. Y Dold-Samplonius, Calculation of arches and domes in 15th century Samarkand, in Nexus III : architecture and mathematics, Ferrara, June 4-7, 2000 (Pisa, 2000), 45-55.
  9. A Fiocca, Books on architecture and mathematics in the library of Giovan Battista Aleotti (Italian), Boll. Storia Sci. Mat. 15 (1) (1995), 85-132.
  10. R Fletcher, Golden proportions in a great house : Palladio's Villa Emo, in Nexus III : architecture and mathematics, Ferrara, June 4-7, 2000 (Pisa, 2000), 73-85.
  11. H Groemer, The symmetries of frieze ornaments in Maya architecture, Osterreich. Akad. Wiss. Math.-Natur. Kl. Sitzungsber. II 203 (1994), 101-116.
  12. D A King, The orientation of medieval Islamic religious architecture and cities, J. Hist. Astronom. 26 (3) (1995), 253-274.
  13. P Lipnik, Architecture de Mgr G Lema”tre en arithmétique, Rev. Questions Sci. 168 (2) (1997), 161-178.
  14. L Mancini Proia and M Menghini, From polycentric ovals to ellipses in Baroque architecture (a possible conceptual derivation from astronomy) (Italian), Atti Accad. Sci. Torino Cl. Sci. Fis. Mat. Natur. 118 (5-6) (1984), 325-338.
  15. G Necipoglu, The Topkapi scroll - geometry and ornament in Islamic architecture, Topkapi Palace Museum Library MS H. 1956 (Santa Monica, CA, 1995).
  16. L Pepe, Architecture and mathematics in Ferrara from the thirteenth to the eighteenth centuries, Nexus III : architecture and mathematics, Ferrara, 2000 (Pisa, 2000), 87-104.
  17. M A Reynolds, A new geometric analysis of the Pazzi Chapel in Santa Croce, Florence, in Nexus III : architecture and mathematics, Ferrara, June 4-7, 2000 (Pisa, 2000), 105-121.
  18. G Robins and C C D Shute, Mathematical bases of ancient Egyptian architecture and graphic art, Historia Math. 12 (2) (1985), 107-122.
  19. M Rubin, Architecture and geometry, Structural Topology No. 1 (1979), 13-25; 73.
  20. Z Sagdic, Ottoman architecture: relationships between architectural design and mathematics in architect Sinan's works, in Nexus III : architecture and mathematics, Ferrara, June 4-7, 2000 (Pisa, 2000), 123-132.
  21. N A Salingaros, Architecture, Patterns, and Mathematics, Nexus Network Journal 1 (2) (April 1999).
  22. M Spigaroli, Pulchritudo sive proportio : Architecture and mathematics in the gothic of the mendicants, Nexus Netw. J. 1 (3) (1999), 9 pp. (electronic).
  23. S R Wassell, Art and mathematics before the Quattrocento : a context for understanding Renaissance architecture, in Nexus III : architecture and mathematics, Ferrara, June 4-7, 2000 (Pisa, 2000), 157-168.
  24. O H Zhao, The effect of Prospettiva de' pittori, e architetti by Andrea Pozzo (b. Trent, 1642, d. Vienna, 1709) on Chinese painting, drawing and architecture, in Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Engineering Graphics and Descriptive Geometry 2, Vienna, 1988 (Vienna, 1988), 323-329.

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