1001 Architectural Expressions Of Psyche, Soul, & Spirit by Mr. Frank Azzopardi

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Throughout time, architectural structures have reflected the psyche of the cultures that created them. This is not true of today’s architecture. We live in a time when social interaction has just about ceased. This lack of sociability has led many to develop absurd peculiarities of psyche and personality. Contemporary architecture should provide a outlet for today’s individual to expressively reflect the psyche, soul, and spirit of this new breed of inner-self. 1001 Architectural Expressions of Psyche, Soul, and Spirit is a unique book intended to shake up conventional thought about architecture. The uniqueness of this book lies in the elasticity of the totally new concepts it presents. This book is not just for architects. It is a invaluable source of creative expressions that can be used for a broad range of projects by artists and designers, students of philosophy or psychology, or anyone who wants to be provoked into thinking beyond convention.

About Mr. Frank Azzopardi

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Frank Azzopardi was born on the upper east side of Manhattan and raised in New York City, surroundings that allowed him to develop a sense of creative individuality and led to a life dedicated to art and design. He earned a bachelor's in fine arts from the Parsons School of Design and painted scores of residential murals throughout New York City following graduation. Feeling client input was cramping his style, he went underground and started working with different forms of personal expression. His creative persona, along with his artistic lifestyle in one of the most diverse and vibrant cities in the world, allowed him to view basic architectural forms in a new light. The influence of his urban surroundings spurred him into create thousands of pen-and-ink drawings of architectural expressions. This book includes 1,001 of the most diverse.
Published July 1, 2013 by Frank Azzopardi. 544 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Self Help, Arts & Photography, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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