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The aim of the Basics series is to scrutinise critically the debate on architecture and urban development and also to help shape it. The series creates a platform for established authors and committed young researchers who publish texts in their native language, thus imbuing the series with an international air.

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Boris Iofan: Architect behind the Palace of the Soviets

9783869223124
Kostyuk, Maria
$29.20
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New Human, New Housing: Architecture of the New Frankfurt 1925-1933

9783869227214
Deschermeier, Dorothea
Richly illustrated short texts highlight the most important topics, settlements, and buildings, and provide an overview of the New Frankfurt phenomenon. Each featured object includes the address and information on public transport links, inviting readers on a tour of the New Frankfurt.
$30.47
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Baltic Modernism: Architecture and Housing in Soviet Lithuania

9783869224701
Dremaite, M
This richly illustrated monograph discusses the post-war modernist architecture in the Soviet Lithuania, which, together with other Baltic republics, has been seen as exceptional, appropriating Western cultural models much faster and with greater passion, and was labelled "the Soviet West." Nevertheless, the matter of identifying the specific archi
$29.20
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30:70: Architecture as a Balancing Act

9783869226835
Tchoban , Sergei / Wladimir Sedow
Never before have so many buildings been constructed as they are today, and never has architecture had so many technolog-ical and design possibilities at its disposal. And yet there is a sense of unease about contemporary architecture. The authors of this book show how in modern times we have lost the balance between outstanding works of architectu
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Modernity and Durability: Perspectives for the Culture of Design

9783869227009
Lampugnani, Vittorio Magnago
The orthodox concept of modernism, as it was passed on with little alteration from the 1920s to the post-war era, has been in a state of crisis for some time. This is especially clear to see in the fields of architecture and urban design. Meanwhile, neither postmodernism nor deconstructivism has proven to be a convincing alternative. In this book,
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Radical Normal: Propositions for the Architecture of the City

9783869227016
Vittorio Magnago Lampugnani
$31.74
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