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James Steele - Architecture Today - 9780714840970 - V9780714840970
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Architecture Today

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Description for Architecture Today Paperback. A guide to the prominent architectural movements of the last 25 years. Num Pages: 512 pages. Dimension: 290 x 251 x 43. Weight in Grams: 2746.

With the collapse of Modernism in the 1960s, architecture has fragmented and evolved in many different directions, each driven by its own ideologies and theories. This book sets out a clear and comprehensive guide to the prominent styles and movements, tracing the work of the main protagonists of contemporary architecture.

Architecture Today is divided thematically into 16 chapters, offering an incisive critique of the predominant trends, stylistic and regional, of the last 25 years. It traces the recent roots of today's architecture with sensitivity and sophistication: from the Los Angeles avant-garde and experimentation in Japan, through the stylistic upheavals of Postmodernism and ... Read more

Free from the jargon that often characterizes architectural criticism, Architecture Today is accessible and essential reading for all those interested in architecture, the visual arts and modern culture.

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Product Details

Publisher
Phaidon Press Ltd United Kingdom
Number of pages
512
Format
Paperback
Publication date
2001
Condition
New
Number of Pages
512
Place of Publication
London, United Kingdom
ISBN
9780714840970
SKU
V9780714840970
Shipping Time
Usually ships in 15 to 20 working days
Ref
99-15

About James Steele
James Steele is Associate Professor of Architecture at the University of Southern California, Los Angeles. He has written a number of books including Pierre Koenig, Los Angeles Architecture and Queen Mary, all published by Phaidon.

Reviews for Architecture Today
"As a beginner's guide to the trends of the last 25 years, Architecture Today is invaluable. Accessible text and a preponderance of colour pictures go a long way toward doing for architecture what Gombrich did for art."—Creative Review "Exceptionally handsome. A lavish look at some of the best building trends since 1960."—Met House "An ambitious guide ... Read more

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