Architecture from Without: Theoretical Framings for a Critical Practice

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MIT Press, 1991 - Architecture - 203 pages
In Architecture from Without Agrest explores the symbolic dimension of architecture from the perspective of the modern city through a remarkable range of subjects.

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Contents

ON THE NOTION OF PLACE
7
DESIGN VERSUS NONDESIGN
31
THE MISFORTUNES OF THEORY
67
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About the author (1991)

Diana Agrest practices architecture in New York City. She teaches at The Cooper Union and at Columbia University.

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