Theater Design

George C. Izenour - 著者

Yale University Press - 出版

発行年 - 1996年 2版

オペラ座、劇場、コンサート空間建築の一人者 George C. Izenour による著。そのデザイン手法について時に音響、設備など技術的資料を織り交ぜ解説。

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Theater Design

Contents:

LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS

FOREWORD

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

PREFACE TO THE SECOND EDITION PREFACE

CHAPTER ONE Introduction: Vision, Hearing, and Seating

  1. Terms and Graphics
    1. The Seated Human Figure and Average Physical Seating Dimensic
    2. Sight Lines
    3. Hearing Lines
    4. Acoustical Energy Absorption
    5. Standard Graphic Representation
    6. Derivation of Special Graphic Representation
  2. Seating Systems: Introduction
    1. Archaic Greek Theater Seating
      1. Theater at Thorikos
      2. Archaic Theater at Argos
  3. ...

CHAPTER TWO Historical Development of Theater Design

  1. Heritage from the Ancients: Vitruvius Pollio, "De architectura"
  2. Origins of Modern Theater Design in the Late Renaissance
    1. Sebastiano Serlio
    2. Andrea Palladio, Vincenzo Scamozzi, and Giambattista Aleotti
  3. Diffusion of the Italian Tradition of Proscenium Theater Design throughout Western Europe
  4. ...

CHAPTER THREE Chronological and Graphical Development of Theater Design, 300 B.c. to 1975

  1. Introduction
  2. Portfolio of Drawings and Photographs Illustrating Forty-five Selected Examples of Historical and Contemporary Theater Buildings
  3. Fully Enveloping Auditorium; Open Stage
    1. Colosseum, Rome, Italy
    2. Royal Albert Hall, London, England
  4. ...

CHAPTER FOUR Building Codes

  1. Origin of Theater Safety Codes
  2. Contemporary Building Codes, Structural, Mechanical, and Electrical Systems and Theater Design
  3. ...

CHAPTER FIVE Contemporary Multiple-Use Theater Design

  1. The Case for Multiple-Use Community Theater Design
  2. ...

CHAPTER SIX Programming and Design: Collaboration of Client, Architect, and Consultants

  1. Introduction
  2. Milwaukee County War Memorial Center for the Performing Arts
  3. ...

CHAPTER SEVEN The Multiple-Use Theater Design Practice of George C. Izenour

  1. Introduction
  2. Portfolio of Scale Drawings and Photographs Illustrating Twenty-five Multiple-Use Theater Buildings
    1. Infinite Volume; Fixed Seating
      1. Festival Theater, Caesarea, Israel
    2. Fixed Volume; Fixed Seating; Fixed Absorption
      1. Grady Gammage Auditorium, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona
      2. Popejoy Hall, Fine Arts Center, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico
      3. ...

CHAPTER EIGHT Acoustical Design of Multiple-Use Auditoria by VERN O. KNUDSEN, University of California, Los Angeles

  1. Introduction
  2. Factors Affecting the Hearing of Speech in Auditoria

CHAPTER NINE Adjustable Acoustics for the Multiple-Use Auditorium by R. B. NEWMAN, with T. J. SCHULTZ, B. G. WATTERS, and R. L. KIRKEGAARD. Bolt Beranek and Newman Inc.

  1. Introduction
  2. Acoustics Design for Speech
  3. Acoustics Design for Music
    1. Overall Loudness
    2. Low-Frequency Balance
    3. ...

CHAPTER TEN Theater Engineering Systems Design for the Auditorium and Stage

  1. Introduction: Materials and Methods
    1. Acoustical Surfaces and Structures
    2. Prefabricated Structural Systems
    3. ...

CHAPTER ELEVEN The Building Budget: Financing and Cost Analysis

  1. Introduction
  2. Single-Building Multiple Use for the Performing Arts
    1. Community Financed and Owned
      1. Jesse Jones Hall for the Performing Arts, Houston, Texas
      2. Eugenia Van Wezel Auditorium, Sarasota, Florida
      3. ...

CHAPTER TWELVE Comparisons and Recapitulation

  1. Introduction
  2. Graphic Comparison of Selected Auditoria, Stages, Architectural Volumes and Structural Systems
    1. Greek Theater at Epidaurus and Roman Theater at Aspendus
    2. Roman Colosseum and Mabee Center
    3. ...

APPENDIX ONE Chronological Chart of Ancient Discoveries, Philosophers, Inventors, Engineers, Inventions, Architects, Musicians, Dramatists, Etc.

APPENDIX TWO Chronological Chart of Modern Scientific Discoveries, Scientists, ventions, Engineers, Inventors, Architects, Musicians, Dramatists, Etc.

APPENDIX THREE Elementary Considerations of Some Principles in the Construction of Buildings Designed to Accommodate Spectators and Auditors

APPENDIX FOUR Architectural Acoustics

APPENDIX FIVE A Director Views the Stage

APPENDIX SIX The Grosses Schauspielhaus in Berlin

APPENDIX SEVEN Acoustical Design in the Hill Memorial Auditorium, University of Michigan

APPENDIX EIGHT Burgtheater, Vienna

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