Anarchitecture: Architecture is a Political Act

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Wiley, Oct 15, 1992 - Architecture - 144 pages
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Presents the visionary architecture of Lebbus Woods who is concerned with the cultural regeneration of society, directly confronting urban landscapes and social and political conditions presently undergoing radical transformations. His projects - including the recent Berlin-Free-Zone, Zagreb-Free-Zone and Double Landscape, Vienna - propose architecture as an instrument of social transformation.

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This is a book that anyone who is serious about architecture should peruse at least once. Whether one is interested in architecture from a concrete or conceptual point of view, it contains useful ... Read full review

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