Architecture and Utopia: The Israeli Experiment

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Ashgate Pub., Jan 1, 2007 - Architecture - 250 pages
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Placing the kibbutz within the wider context of utopian social ideals and how they have historically been physically and architecturally constructed, this book discusses the form of the 'ideal settlement' as an integral part and means for realizing a utopian doctrine. It shows how a utopian settlement organization behaves over time and the directions of expected future development.

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