By Albert Fuentes Sánchez
John Pawson (1949), the daddy of recent architectural minimalism, is El Croquis featured architect. Pawson s architectural profession modern has spanned a wide selection of initiatives: from Bruce Chandler s inner most studio to Calvin Klein s flagship shop in big apple. This version of El Croquis surveys 19 of his architectural initiatives. those comprise: the remodelling of church buildings in Hungary, Germany and France, the interiors of 2 yachts, a brand new Cistercian Monastery in rural Bohemia, and the walkway around the lake at Kew Royal Botanic Gardens. All tasks are provided along texts, plans and pictures and are brought with essays and a talk among Pawson and Julie V. Lovine.
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24 It is clear from his account, however, that Bohtz did not reconsider the building phases reconstructed by D¨orpfeld, but took D¨orpfeld’s proposals as facts and as a point of departure for his own investigation. Bohtz’s publication of the sanctuary includes numerous cross-sections of the lower lying walls that document their course and character. -D. 26 Bohtz never describes the masonry technique, however, nor does he compare it with other, better dated walls on the Pergamene acropolis. 27 This establishes only a relative chronology for them, one that is dependent upon the dating of the structures that were built on top of them.
See also Koenigs  85. A large number of volute acroteria, that have been identified as decoration of altars, come from sites along the Ionian coast line. Although since the Classical period, altars with volute acroteria occasionally appear also in Attica and Italy, scholars seem to agree that the type developed and remained most popular in Asia Minor. Thus Bakalakis . Koenigs . Ohnesorg  3-4. There was at least one other (marble) altar with volute acroteria at Pergamon, fragments of which are preserved in the Pergamon Museum in Berlin and at Pergamon.
40 Kasper  89. 41 Kasper  87. 42 The Ionic altar type is known across the Greek world, from Sicily to Asia Minor, but it seems to have been most popular in the eastern Mediterranean. On this altar type and its distribution in the eastern Aegean, see most recently Ohnesorg . For the details of Altar A, see Bohtz  pl. 55. 43 On the ovolo type, see below the discussion of the Temple. 2 on page 51. 44 On the use of color to accentuate select details of the altar decoration see below.