A New Spirit in Architecture, Volume 61
Academy Editions, 1991 - Architecture - 96 pages
Architectural theory and practice is developing faster than ever. A single spirit unites both writings and buildings: questioning the direction of contemporary practice. This book documents the recent progress of such architects as Peter Wilson, Gunter Behnisch, Zamp Kelp and Hani Rashid.
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