Exploding the Myths of Modern Architecture

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Frances Lincoln, 2009 - Architecture - 296 pages
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This book explains the background to the emergence of the Modern Movement, how it was based on completely false premises and how the architectural 'revolutionaries' gained and kept power. It examines the consequences, and wonders how things might have, and certainly should have, turned out differently.

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Malcolm Millais is a retired structural engineer who has written a classic text on 'Building Structures' and has worked on many projects, particularly in Great Britain. In 'Exploding the Myths of ... Read full review

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Malcolm Millais is a retired structural engineer who worked with Arups and others on many postwar buildings in Britain and elsewhere.

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