By Martin M Pegler
Cafes & espresso outlets 2 ДИЗАЙН,АРХИТЕКТУРА И СТРОИТЕЛЬСТВО, ДИЗАЙН ИНТЕРЬЕРОВ Автор: Martin M Pegler Название: Cafes & espresso outlets 2Издательство: Martin M Pegler Год: 2001 Формат: PDF Размер: 117 МБ Количество страниц: 162 стр. Качество: ХорошееБолее чем sixty five проектов со всего света собрано в этой книге. Сегодня мы видим кафе и магазины кофе всюду, и некоторые настолько уникальны и творчески спроектированы, что они заслуживают отдельного внимания. Некоторые проекты были разработаны ведущими агентствами, в то время как другие спроектированы талантливыми дизайнерами из малоизвестных фирм. .com eighty five
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We can see similar images in Inspector Morse and Wallander. Each of the TV series in question builds on an existing ‘tourist gaze’: a cultivated way of looking at the cities Amsterdam, Oxford and Ystad, respectively (Urry 1990). More generally, these TV series follow the generic convention of representing the city as a place of ambivalence and danger (Sparks 1992: 126–7; Schmid 1995; Cavender and Bond-Mapuin 1993). By placing the Doing the TV Detective Tour 39 story in a perspective that is recognizable to most spectators, the credibility of the series is raised across the board.
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