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Eating architecture /edited by Jamie Horwitz and Paulette Singley.

Collection Type
Books
Originator
Horwitz, Jamie.
Singley, Paulette, 1960-
Publication
Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press
Contents
Cuisine as architectural invention / Phyllis Pray Bober -- Culinary manifestations of the genius loci / Allen S. Weiss -- Taste buds: cultivating a Canadian cuisine / Susan Herrington -- Consuming the colonies / Patricia Morton -- Local food products, architecture, and territorial identity / Ferruccio Trabalzi -- Too much sugar / Clare Cardinal-Pett -- Cuisine and the compass of ornament: a note on the architecture of Babette's feast / Daniel S. Friedman -- Gingerbread houses: art, food, and the postwar architecture of domestic space / Barbara L. Miller -- Science designed and digested: between Victorian and modernist food regimes / Mark Hamin -- The missing guest: the twisted topology of hospitality / Donald Kunze -- Semiotica ab edendo, taste in architecture / Marco Frascari -- Morning, and melancholia / Laura Letinsky -- Table talk / David Leatherbarrow -- Food to go: the industrialization of the picnic / Mikesch Muecke -- Table settings: the pleasures of well-situated eating / Alex T. Anderson -- Eating space / Jamie Horwitz -- Butcher's white: where the art market meets the meat market in New York City / Dorita Hannah -- Delectable decoration: taste and spectacle in Jean-Franðcois de Bastide's La petite maison / Rodolphe el-Khoury -- Dali's edible splits: faces, tastes, and spaces in delirium / John C. Welchman -- Hard to swallow: mortified geometry and abject form / Paulette Singley.
Date
2004.
Description
373 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 24 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Received February 23, 2005.
ISBN
0262083221 (hc : alk. paper)
9780262083225 (hc : alk. paper)
GUSN
245465
Call Number
Stacks TX355.5.E28 2004
Descriptive terms
Aliment
Architectural design.
Architecture
Architektur
Art
Food.
Kunst
Nahrung
Nourriture
Space (Architecture)

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