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For nearly fifty years, the building has primarily been viewed as a means rather than an end within architectural history and theory. This volume presents an alternative to that trend by reconceiving it as a central discursive category in its own right. Contributors, including architects and academics from world-renowned institutions, offer insightful discussions of key architectural structures conceived in Europe, Asia, and the U.S.A. over the last three decades. In doing so they propel architectural thinking’s importance as a domain of knowledge. Further, in exploring those structures through a number of questions both intra- and meta-disciplinary, this book suggests ways in which buildings can trigger conceptual frameworks whose influence extends well beyond architecture. A balanced text-to-image ratio caters to readers in both practice and academia.

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ISBN
9783037784983
Closed or open stacks
Open stacks
Illustrations
Yes
Bibliography
No
Location / accession code
720.2 Ara
Volumes
1

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