Architecture of today
The 1980s saw a new generation of architects advocating a rich, pluralist style of architecture, both complex and contradictory, and furnishing proof of its vitality in their work. This book brings together the work of more than forty internationally renowned architects who are representative of this revival.
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The New Classicism and its Emergent Rules
Modernism and HighTech
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