|Title:||Architecture, Mysticism and Myth|
|Authors:||W. R. Lethaby|
|Publisher:||Eric Serejski (Ed.)|
|Number of pages:||326|
|Owner Name:||Super User|
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This delightful book describes the symbolism of real-world architecture, as well as architecture described in fiction, myth and folklore. Lethaby believed that architecture reflected the macrocosm. He speculated that many of the seemingly ornamental details of classical buildings actually represented aspects of nature. It is a book to be read in parallel with Ruskin’s Seven Lamps of Architecture for anyone who seeks to investigate further the esoteric concepts of Architecture, Architect, and Builder and Mason.