Toilet /

No architectural treatise declares the toilet as the primordial element of architecture, but it might be the ultimate one. Once a respectable communal activity the toiler gradually became privatized, enclosed within architecture, plugged into plumbing, placed in counterintuitive proximity to baths a...

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Autores principales: Koolhaas, Rem, 1944-, Boom, Irma, 1960-.
Formato: Otro (Other)
Idioma:Inglés (English)
Publicado: Venecia : Marsilio, 2014
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spelling KOHA-OAI-TEST:283452019-11-26T15:49:48ZToilet / Koolhaas, Rem, 1944- Boom, Irma, 1960-. textVenecia : Marsilio,2014engNo architectural treatise declares the toilet as the primordial element of architecture, but it might be the ultimate one. Once a respectable communal activity the toiler gradually became privatized, enclosed within architecture, plugged into plumbing, placed in counterintuitive proximity to baths and showers, eventually transformed into a piece of (digital) technology and enshrined in a private room that proliferates within wealthier dwellings everywhere. No architectural treatise declares the toilet as the primordial element of architecture, but it might be the ultimate one. Once a respectable communal activity the toiler gradually became privatized, enclosed within architecture, plugged into plumbing, placed in counterintuitive proximity to baths and showers, eventually transformed into a piece of (digital) technology and enshrined in a private room that proliferates within wealthier dwellings everywhere. BañosHistoriaArquitecturaURN:ISBN:9788831720199URN:ISBN:9788891013064
institution Universidad Católica Santo Toribio de Mogrovejo
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Historia
Arquitectura
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Historia
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Koolhaas, Rem, 1944-
Boom, Irma, 1960-.
Toilet /
description No architectural treatise declares the toilet as the primordial element of architecture, but it might be the ultimate one. Once a respectable communal activity the toiler gradually became privatized, enclosed within architecture, plugged into plumbing, placed in counterintuitive proximity to baths and showers, eventually transformed into a piece of (digital) technology and enshrined in a private room that proliferates within wealthier dwellings everywhere.
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title Toilet /
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publisher Venecia : Marsilio,
publishDate 2014
url https://biblioteca.usat.edu.pe/cgi-bin/koha/opac-detail.pl?biblionumber=28345
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