A Modern Theory of Architecture

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Routledge & Kegan Paul, Jan 1, 1977 - Architecture - 102 pages
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I used this book for a heavy complex essay. well one for when your mind from first year architecture starts to turn to second year and you realise that this essay, you are just about to write will brain wash you, make not sense and confuses you to eternity. And make you think "I thought I know what I just wrote down but understanding it, it made no sense. Then you manage to step away from what you wrote and start to think about it. And then it starts making sense in a literal way. This book by Allsopp actually made allot more English and thought provoking sense, then any other essay or architectural book. The psychology behind it is good. im thinking of now buying a copy regards  

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