Architecture without architects: an introduction to nonpedigreed architecture

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Museum of Modern Art; distributed by Doubleday, Garden City, N.Y., 1964 - Architecture - 124 pages
A discussion of the form and constuction of indigenous architecture not attributed to any particular architect

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"Architecture Without Architects" by Bernard Rudofsky is mostly pictures. The pictures are of dwellings and land formations from all over the world. It is an interesting look at how human beings have used creativity to adapt to different landscapes. Read full review


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