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A Groundbreaking Approach to Unlock the Immense Potentials of Our Built Environment

Peter Magyar reveals an ocean of architectonic options with his new book.


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Palladian Space-Neurons and Other Roots of infinity
by Peter Magyar
Palladian Space-Neurons and Other Roots of infinity by Peter Magyar

Man has been given a lot of opportunities to make use of the resources to create and improve the current place he is in. In terms of art, architectural innovation has contributed a lot to man’s productivity and standard of living. It seems that advances in architecture moves at an increasing pace towards a promising future.

Man has been given a lot of opportunities to make use of the resources to create and improve the current place he is in. In terms of art, architectural innovation has contributed a lot to man’s productivity and standard of living. It seems that advances in architecture moves at an increasing pace towards a promising future.

Peter Magyar’s Palladian Space-Neurons and Other Roots of infinity magnifies this notion as much as he is eager to seek to reorder the cosmic scale of our built environment to unlock an ocean of architectonic opportunities. The environment holds the infinite space, and man must take advantage of this fact to fill the gaps with groundbreaking discoveries and constant improvement of architectural concepts.

Get a copy of Palladian Space-Neurons and Other Roots of infinity to ease the void that is filling up the space within you. Understand more of the significant role of man-made structures in the interpretation and modification of the infinite extent of space.
 
 
 

 

Palladian Space-Neurons and Other Roots of infinity
by Peter Magyar
Hardback | ISBN 978-1-63524-160-0 | $28.99
Paperback | ISBN 978-1-68256-901-6 | $21.99
 
Available at www.litfirepublishing.com, www.amazon.com, and all other online bookstores
 
 
 

About the Author

Dr. Peter Magyar is a registered chief architect in Hungary and in Europe. He also holds a doctor of architecture and master of architecture and urban design degrees from the University of Budapest. As a distinguished architect, he has won numerous awards, including the Pro Architectura Hungarica medal by the Chamber and Association of Hungarian Architects. He has published several books and scholarly articles in international journals. He is currently a professor of architecture in Kansas State University.


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