Architecture and the Sites of History: Interpretations of Buildings and Cities

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Architecture and the Sites of History: Interpretations of Buildings and Cities - Borden, Iain (Editor), and Dunster, David (Editor)

Twenty-eight brief, accessible essays, each by a different scholar or practitioner in the field of architecture, shed light on a variety of subjects, from Greek and Roman architecture to the Industrial Revolution, the modern city, and contemporary theory and technology.

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