The decorated diagram: Harvard architecture and the failure of the Bauhaus legacy
In answering the critic Clement Greenberg's query "why all those ugly buildings?" Klaus Herdeg lays the blame directly at the feet of Walter Gropius and the curriculum at the Harvard Graduate School of Design.
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HARVARD ARCHITECTS AND THE BAUHAUS ETHOS
DESIGN CONFUSION AND ITS RESULTS
A CRITIQUE OF THE GROPIUS METHOD
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