Креативные индустрии ИД


Alexander Vysokovsky

City environment through the looking-glass
Architecture opened up the mirror long ago. Palace interiors of the XVIII century are rich in huge smooth surfaces in which windows, landscape, modeling and bronze reflect. Reflections began to be planned and projected with the advent of stained glass window in the XX century. Later front glass surfaces turned into gigantic mirrors, i.e. glasses became transparent when you look from inside and mirror-like when you look from outside.
№4 (19) December 2005

Culture and the city: investigations and program working (summary)
№3 (14) September 2004

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