Constructed reality: Tanner Leddy Maytum Stacy, architects

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William Stout Publishers, 1998 - Architecture - 150 pages
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This beautifully illustrated volume contains 18 essays that offer an important precedent for design professionals through its collective identification of values, principles, and concepts of hierarchy, order, and appropriate action in various real-world situations. It shows how the four architects are squarely within the modern tradition that views architecture not as a style to be catalogued or copied, but as a discipline that must be practiced through its engagement with reality in order to be grounded, transformed, and reborn within a given context.

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