Casts light on the varied and original paths that modern architects have taken in their search for new forms, documenting with hundreds of photographs and diagrams superb engineering feats in Europe and America
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ARCHITECTURE IN EUROPE IN THE TWENTIES AND THIRTIES
NATIONALISTIC AND TOTALITARIAN ARCHITECTURE IN ITALY AND GERMANY
URBANISTIC ADMINISTRATION AND BUILDING POLICIES
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Theorizing a New Agenda for Architecture: An Anthology of Architectural ...
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