Writing Spaces: Discourses of Architecture, Urbanism and the Built Environment, 1960–2000
Writing Spaces examines some of the most important discourses in spatial theory of the last four decades, and considers their impact within the built environment disciplines. The book will be a key resource for courses on critical theory in architecture, urban studies and geography, at both the graduate and advanced undergraduate level.
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C. Greig Crysler
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