Excluded Middle: Toward a Reflective Architecture and Urbanism
"Where a past generation of architects cultivated formal disjunction and semiotic ambiguity, today's innovative practices embrace an ""excluded middle"" that reflects the real complexity of contemporary urban life. Featured are Dimindberg's writings and arguments on these current practices. Volume #39 from Rice School of Architecture."
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