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Available in the Library:
These books, plus more, are all available at our library.
Here are some online resources that you can use to do some research on architecture history:
Chartres: Cathedral of Notre Dame
Chartres Cathedral is among the best preserved of the major French cathedrals, with extensive programmes of sculpture and stained glass. This website provides access to a comprehensive collection of images and detailed descriptions of Chartres Cathedral.
Images of Medieval Art and Architecture
This site is dedicated to promoting education and research in Medieval art and architecture, by a professor at the Univeristy of Pittsburgh.
Online Architecture Resources
Here are some online resources that you can use to do some research on architecture:
TED Talks: Architecture
TED stands for Technology, Entertainment, and Design, and they hold conferences that bring together some of the leaders in many different fields. TED talks are short and thought provoking talks on a variety of topics, and their architecture talks include subjects like design and ecology.
Environmental Design Library
The Environmental Design Library from UC Berkeley is one of the premier architecture, landscape architecture, and city and regional planning libraries in North America. The Library supports the research and teaching of the College of Environmental Design.