At the end of the century: one hundred years of architecture
Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, 1998 - Architecture - 336 pages
The most comprehensive and up-to-date survey of 20th-century architecture ever published, this volume presents a global perspective on the significant works, architects, ideas, and directions of the past 100 years. With more than 300 illustrations, it covers all of the major architectural landmarks and architects of the century and incorporates the latest research in the field.
The authors are some of the most important and original architecture historians and critics writing today. Their profusely illustrated essays focus on the complex relationship between innovation and tradition and the profound impact of technology on architecture and urbanism throughout the 20th century.
At the End of the Century was prepared by The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, as part of an ambitious program to assess an amazing century of architecture and urbanism. A related exhibition begins in Japan in 1998 and comes to Los Angeles and then New York City in 2000.
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This thick catalog presents seven thematic essays by leading scholars and commentators on 20th-century architecture, covering such topics as Latin America, Japan, urbanism, regionalism, and "The ... Read full review
Reexamining Architecture and its History
Space Time and Movement
The Exhibitionist House
Internationalism Versus Regionalism
Urban Architecture and the Crisis of the Modern Metropolis
The Places of the Other