Ordinary. Banal. Quotidian. These words are rarely used to praise architecture, but in fact they represent the interests of a growing number of architects looking to escape the ever-quickening cycles of consumption and fashion that often reduce architecture to a stylish fad. Architecture of the Everyday is a plea for building that is emphatically unmonumental and antiheroic, an architecture rooted in the commonplace and the routines of daily life.

Architecture of the Everyday 1997, Princeton Architectural Press, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9781568981147

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