German Architecture for a Mass Audience

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Taylor & Francis, Mar 11, 2002 - Architecture - 192 pages
This book vividly illustrates the ways in which buildings designed by many of Germany's most celebrated twentieth century architects were embedded in widely held beliefs about the power of architecture to influence society. German Architecture for a Mass Audience also demonstrates the way in which these modernist ideas have been challenged and transformed, most recently in the rebuilding of central Berlin.

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James-Chakraborty is associate professor of architecture at university of California at Berkeley.

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