Architectures Historical Turn traces the hidden history of architectural phenomenology, a movement that reflected a key turning point in the early phases of postmodernism and a legitimating source for those architects who first dared to confront history as an intellectual problem and not merely as a stylistic question.
Italy/Australia: Postmodern Architecture in Translation examines the influence of Italian postmodernism on Australian architecture. This book is one of only a few concerning Australian postmodernism and represents the first critical assessment of national postmodern architecture.
The neo-avant-garde and postmodernism have long been understood in terms of their re-working of modernism and a narrative emphasizing rupture and new beginnings. This title discusses the work of architects and their associates, and explores why the debate over postwar modernism was especially vocal in Britain.