New Building Today: European Architecture of the 1990s
Architektur Zentrum Wien
Birkhäuser Verlag, 1995 - Architecture - 287 pages
Unsurprisingly, the replies were disparate, in keeping with the uniqueness of each national situation. Europe's new architecture is coming across exactly like its exponents: heterogeneous, multilayered, embarking on discovery and ready for dialogue. But in one feature the examples presented here are alike: all are searching for architectural inspiration which will tie them to the modern classical tradition.
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