The Metropolis and its Image: Constructing Identities for London, c. 1750-1950
Wiley, Feb 3, 2000 - Art - 184 pages
This book examines key moments in the emergence of London as a metropolis and considers different ways in which its image has been formulated and presented. The chapters address a range of topics from specific questions of architectural style to the relationship between the City of London and London as a metropolis, and explore different methods of constructing urban identities.
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Architecture as Experience: Radical Change in Spatial Practice
Dana Arnold,Andrew Ballantyne
No preview available - 2004