The new Finnish architecture

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Rizzoli, 1992 - Architecture - 219 pages
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Wonder if the author has ever actually taken a theory course or even an English class and if he has ever been to Finland?
The book was extremely hard to follow. Clearly not written by an academic
with any intellectual capacity. He assumes many things about the culture that were either invented or an poorly interpreted on his part. It seemed at times as if the author had no capacity to understand what the region and its people were trying to communicate. I would put this book at the absolute bottom of my list not only for Finnish Architecture but for all architecture. 

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Foreword
8
The Construction of Silence
28
Excerpts from Aulis Blomstedt
46
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