The End of Innovation in Architecture
Andreas Papadakis, 1998 - Architecture - 144 pages
When Daedalos, the first know architect in ancient Greece, murdered his student and nephew it was to protect his position as the most innovative architect of his age. He must have foreseen a limit to new ideas and was in effect predicting the end of originality in architecture. More than three millennia later this volume of New Architecture examines the obsession of the architect with innovation and the new.
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