Morality and architecture: the development of a theme in architectural history and theory from the Gothic revival to the modern movement
Morality and architecture has been described variously as brave, mischievous, brilliant, reactionary, and a 'time bomb'. It is undoubtedly controversial--a frank and at times fearlessly polemical exposure of progressivist ideology in architectural criticism.
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THE THEME IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY
THE THEME IN THE TWENTIETH CENTURY
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