New system of architecture founded on the forms of nature, and developing the properties of metals : by which a higher order of beauty, a larger amount of utility, and various advantages in economy, over the pre-existent architectures, may be practically [...]. London : Longman & Co., 1845
- PDF Front cover
- PDF New System of Architecture
- PDF Title page
- PDF Table of contents
- PDF Preface
- PDF Chapter I. Brief Enquiry into the Objects to be accomplished in a New Architecture.
- PDF Chapter II. Of the Constituent Materials for a New Architecture.
- PDF Chapter III. Of the General Character of its Forms.
- PDF Chapter IV. Of the "Constructive Principle," its Economy and Effects.
- PDF Chapter V. The Same, - continued.
- PDF Chapter VI. Of the Nature of the Art itself.
- PDF Chapter VII. Of the General Economy of the System.
- PDF Chapter VIII. Remarks on the Present State of Architecture, and Metallic Art in General.
- PDF Chapter IX. On the Commercial, Professional, and Universal Advantages of the New or Metallurgic Architecture.
- PDF Appendix
- PDF Errata
- PDF Back cover