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Modernity: Enlightenment and Revolution - ideal and unforeseen consequence

Tadgell, Christopher
The seventh book in the Architecture in Context series, this is a comprehensive survey of European architecture from the pre-dawn of the Enlightenment in early Georgian England; to the triumph of Brutalism in the seventh decade of the twentieth century; on to a sketch of major trends building up to the turn of the millennium.
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Architecture and Tourism in Italian Colonial Libya: An Ambivalent Modernism

McLaren B
To be a tourist in Libya during the period of Italian colonization was to experience a complex negotiation of cultures. Architecture and Tourism in Italian Colonial Libya shows how Italian authorities used the contradictory forces of tradition and modernity to both legitimize their colonial enterprise and construct a vital tourist industry.
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Environmental Modernism (Slipcase): The Architecture of STRANG

Strang: Riera Ojeda, Oscar
The work of [STRANG] is beautifully explored in this robust monograph which highlights the firm's site-specific and climate-driven designs.
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Beyond Modernist Masters: Contemporary Architecture in Latin America

Hernandez, Felipe~~~~~
Latin America has been an important place for architecture for many decades. Recently, architecture on the continent has continued to evolve, and an extremely creative scene has developed. This book considers outstanding projects that have prompted discussion and provided fresh impetus all across Latin America.
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Jean Molitor: bau1haus- modernism around the globe

Barth, Nadine
The Bauhaus legacy: Jean Molitor tracks down a legend
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Felix Novikov: Architect of the Soviet Modernism

Novikov: Belogolovsky, Vladimir
It was prominent architect and publicist Felix Novikov (b. 1927) who first coined the term Soviet modernism, which refers to the third, concluding period (1955-85) of Soviet architecture. The value of Novikov's creative path lies in the fact that it spans the years both before and after Soviet modernism. Today, the architect continues to be a proli
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