Architecture: The Making of Metaphors
Author: Barie Fez-Barringten
Date Of Publication: Feb 2012
The authors writings are based on his lecture series presented in 1968 at Yale University called “Architecture: The Making of Metaphors” which was then published in part in Main Currents in Modern Thought, then in many other journals including research into the works of Paul Weiss, Andrew Ortony, David Zarefsky and W. J. J. Gordon.
Barie Fez-Barringten is an Associate Professor at Global University in the United States. Currently, Barie is writing articles and speaking on architecture, urbanism and Saudi Arabia, and has recently published two books: Gibe and Legend. Barie is often invited to present his inspiring life story to students in public schools, colleges and universities.
In 2008, he was a Design Manager for Barwa City in Qatar and spent twenty years as an architect, business manager and project manager in Saudi Arabia, including teaching for five years at King Faisal University. As a Professor at KFU, he wrote over twenty monographs on metaphors and architecture which were widely published in Turkey, Saudi Arabia, England, America, Finland and Lebanon.
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