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Forty ways to think about architecture : architectural history and theory today /

edited by Iain Borden, Murray Fraser, Barbara Penner.

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Names: Borden, Iain, | Fraser, Murray, | Penner, Barbara,
Published: Chichester : John Wiley & Sons Inc., 2014.
Topics: Architecture - Philosophy. | Architekturtheorie | Architekturkritik | Architekturgeschichtsschreibung | Arkitektur - teori, filosofi. | Arkitektur - historia. | Forty, Adrian, 1948-
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505 00|tAdrian Forty, future imperfect : inaugural professorial lecture, delivered at UCL in December 2000 --|tHow to write about buildings? /|rAndrew Saint --|tPevsner vs Colomina : word and image on the page /|rAnne Hultzsch --|tSmooth and rough : tactile brutalism /|rAnthony Vidler --|tHomely affinities /|rBarbara Penner --|tOn regeneration /|rBen Campkin --|tFresh reactions to St Paul's Cathedral /|rBrian Stater --|tPhotographs and buildings (mainly) /|rBriony Fer --|tStirling's voice : a detailed suggestion /|rDavid Dunster --|tCarte blanche? /|rDavide Deriu --|tBuildings : a reader's guide /|rEleanor Young --|tThe city and the event : disturbing, forgetting and escaping memory /|rGriselda Pollock --|tThe most modern material of them all ... /|rHilde Heynen --|t'Things that people cannot anticipate' : skateboarding at the Southbank Centre /|rIain Borden --|t'Truth, love, life' : building with language in Prague Castle under Masaryk /|rIrena Žantovská Murray --|tLe Corbusier : lies, damned lies and statistics /|rJan Birksted --|tDuring breakfast /|rJane Rendell --|t[American] objects of [Soviet] desire /|rJean-Louis Cohen --|tWords and buildings /|rJeremy Melvin --|tSlow hard look /|rJeremy Till --|tTopography, biography and architecture /|rJoe Kerr --|tOf character and concrete : the historian's material /|rJohn Macarthur --|tSpectres of Marx in City X /|rJonathan Charley --|tHistory by design /|rJonathan Hill --|tAngel Place : a way in to Dickens's London /|rKester Rattenbury --|tOn 'Sachlichkeit' : some additional remarks on an Anglo-German encounter /|rLaurent Stalder --|tDouble vision /|rMark Swenarton --|tModernism /|rMary McLeod --|tYes, and we have no dentists /|rMichael Edwards --|tReyner Banham's hat /|rMurray Fraser --|tSituated architectural historical ecologies /|rPeg Rawes --|tObjects /|rPenny Sparke --|tRichard Llewelyn Davies, 1912-1981 : a lost vision for The Bartlett /|rSir Peter Hall --|tThings ungrand /|rSarah Wigglesworth --|t'Minor' spaces in Officers' bungalows of colonial Bengal /|rTania Sengupta --|tMemoirs of Adrian /|rThomas Weaver --|tAll that glitters /|rTom Dyckhoff --|tA response to Words and buildings /|rTony Fretton --|tMaterial culture : 'Manchester of the East', Le Corbusier, Eames and Indian Jeans /|rVictoria Perry --|tMr Mumford's neighbourhood /|rWilliam Menking --|tBanyan tree and migrant cities : some provisional thoughts for a strategic postcolonial cosmopolitanism /|rYat Ming Loo.
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