Principles of Modern Architecture


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A clear, concise, accessible, copiously illustrated account by one of the world's leading architectural critics of what the Modern Movement really wanted and what it achieved. Christian Norberg-Schulz explains the basic tenets of the new architecture that came into being around the turn of the last century, a timely explanation in view of the many misconceptions currently in circulation. All the basic principles are investigated and the volume concludes with a summing-up of the endeavors of Modern Architecture.

Principles of Modern Architecture 2000, Andreas Papadakis Publishers, London, England

ISBN-13: 9781901092240

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