A Sense of Entry by Alan Ford
Designing the Welcoming School

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Exploring 25 unique design solutions by Denver-based firm Hutton Ford, this book is a visual celebration and analysis of the role of entrances in architecture. Entrances serve many purposes. From defining the character of the architecture to the more practical aspects of the transition from outside to inside, they momentarily protect us from inclement weather as we launch between exterior and interior, like an environmental buffer to mitigate temperature changes, even allowing our vision to adjust to light changes. In the book, the architects illustrate the important role that successful entrance and movement design can have on creating a positive architectural experience.
 

About Alan Ford

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Alan Ford is Professor of Theology at the University of Nottingham. He is the author of The Protestant Reformation (1997) and editor, with James Maguire and Kenneth Milne, of As by Law Established: The Church of Ireland since the Reformation (1995).
 
Published August 5, 2007 by Images Publishing Dist Ac. 144 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Arts & Photography.
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