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More Than Bauhaus: The Architecture of the White City Tel Aviv

Stephan, Regina
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Pekka Pitkanen 1927-2018: Concrete Modernism in Finland

Laaksonen, Mikko
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Modernism in the Streets: A Life and Times in Essays

Berman, Marshall
Essays tracing the intellectual life of a quintessential New York City writer and thinker
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Algarve Building: Modernism, Regionalism and Architecture in the South of Portugal, 1925-1965

Agarez R
Focusing on the design and building practices developed in the Portuguese region of the Algarve over four decades from the first signs of modern movement influence to the eve of mass-tourism development, this book looks at three essential themes in twentieth-century architecture - modernism, regionalism and popular building traditions commonly known as vernacular.
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Architectural Theory of Modernism: Relating Functions and Forms

Poerschke, Ute
"First published 2014 as Funktionen und Formen. Architekturtheorie der Moderne by Bielefeld: Transcript."
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Ehrlich Yanai Outside-In: New California Modernism

Ehrlich, Steven
A survey of houses designed by Steven Ehrlich and Takashi Yanai of EYRC Architects, an award-winning firm whose modernist approach is infused with deep engagement with the vernacular.
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Beyond the Supersquare: Art and Architecture in Latin America after Modernism

Bessa, A Sergio-
This revelatory, fully illustrated anthology explores modernism's complex legacy in Latin America-featuring groundbreaking new research by renowned architects, historians, and curators from the region.
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Edward Durell Stone: Modernism's Populist Architect

Stone: Mary Anne Hunting
"Colossus," "visionary," "giant" are superlatives used in the mid-twentieth century to describe Edward Durell Stone (1902-1978), a celebrity architect whose wholly unique modern aesthetic of "new romanticism" played a crucial role in defining middle-class culture.
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