Architecture for the Future
Jean-Claude Dubost, Jean-François Gonthier
Terrail, 1996 - Architecture - 207 pages
During the 1990s, a number of architects in many countries have been developing a new, pioneering but buildable architecture for the onset of the 21st century. The 35 whose work is presented here are among the most original and talented. All reflect the spirit of our times. More than 170 color pictures of more than 60 projects reveal a pluralist architecture that augurs well for the future.
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