Architecture, as everybody knows, is the masterly
, correct and magnificent play of forms in light.
Orr succeeded in evincing compassion for the gruff Coppelius via a masterly
characterization wrought of comic aptitude, definitive mime, and showmanship.
The jump from Ruskin to contemporary design is uncomfortable considering the interweaving flow of the rest of the book but this is still a masterly
More than a year in the making, this masterly
"First Cycle," Night Stories, is rooted strongly in text and is anchored dramatically by adapter Mark Reiff's distillation of three selections from The Stories of Eva Luna by Chilean writer and Bay Area resident Isabel Allende.
Ando's stark monochrome spaces draw their disturbing power from their masterly
juxtaposition with nature.
The upper bedroom floor is contained within a U-shaped plan, but in a masterly
stroke, it has been rotated by 90 degrees and the open end facing south, occupied by the roof of the dining room, has been filled with a rooftop lily pond leaving an inner open plot of emergent greenery to indicate the atrium beneath.
The Ice Maiden, Uliana Lopatkina, reigns onstage, her masterly
dancing a bit dry but still most impressive.
Richard Meier's powers in the making of urban space are confirmed in this masterly
Weber led the troupe in a slow interpretation of Slyde's masterly
Corb's canonical description of architecture as 'the masterly
, correct and magnificent play of masses brought together in light' affirmed a new set of values for modern buildings - transparency and dematerialization, achieved through material lightness and spatial interpenetration.
Since the birth of his company, Evidence, in 1986, Ron Brown has emerged as a charismatic performer, masterly
teacher, and choreographer in demand.
After this interesting sample of Erasmus' Jerome, perhaps University of Toronto Press might consider a separate "Companion Volume" covering all Erasmus' patristic scholarship along the lines of Jaroslav Pelikan's masterly
Luther the Expositor (1959), "Companion Volume" to the English translation of Luther's exegesis.