The promotion of architecture: some lessons from France
In this concise and informative study, Loew provides an historical background to the transformation of new architecture in France and public attitudes towards it. Recent French legislation is clearly explained as are the nature and functions of the various architectural institutions. This book will be of interest not only to the architectural profession but also to educational institutions, government bodies and local authorities, voluntary organizations and amenity societies. It is both topical and timely.
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