Modern architecture since 1900

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Prentice-Hall, Jan 1, 1983 - Architecture - 416 pages
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Describes notable examples of modern architecture, and discusses important movements, architects, and architectural theories

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This third edition of the 1982 original has been greatly revised--seven additional chapters--to reflect new developments since its initial release. The volume's well-detailed text is buttressed with ... Read full review

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Preface
6
The Idea of a Modern Architecture in the Nineteenth Century
14
Cubism and New Conceptions of Space
91
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About the author (1983)

Curtis is Historian and critic who has taught at numerous universities around the world and who has contributed to many international journals. In 1999 he received a National Honor Society Gold Medal for Architecture and Allied Arts in the USA.

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