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The Paradox of Contemporary Architecture

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This second volume in the "...of Contemporary Architecture" series summarises lectures by a stunning selection of architects, including a variety of famous names as well as new faces, in which they present their architecture and the theories underlying it. This unique reference reflects the series of lectures presented annually at the Bartlett School of Architecture by influential leading-edge architects. Includes contributions by Bernard Tschumi, Enric Miralles, Frank Gehry, LOT/EK, Claude Parent, Ken Yeang, Craig Dykers, Zaha Hadid, and others Illustrated with photographs and diagrams, many in colour
Release date NZ
March 28th, 2001
Contributors
Edited by Laura Allen Edited by Neil Spiller Edited by Peg Rawes Edited by Peter Cook
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Illustrations
photographs, diagrams
Imprint
Wiley-Academy
Pages
128
Dimensions
217x275x11
ISBN-13
9780471496854
Product ID
3081210

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