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By Alfonso Corona-Martínez
Edited by Malcolm Quantrill
Foreword by Marco Frascari
cloth / 978-1-58544-186-0 / $40.00
An Essay Concerning the Project considers the practice of architectural design as it has developed during the last two centuries. In this challenging interpretation of design education and ... More
By Fernando Pérez Oyarzun, Rodrigo Pérez de Arce, and Horacio Torrent
Edited by Malcolm Quantrill
cloth / 978-1-60344-135-3 / $45.00
Chilean architecture—along with that of São Paolo and Mexico City—sets a benchmark for the intersection of modernism with vernacular influences in Latin America. Culture, landscape, and the geology ... More
Edited by Malcolm Malcolm Quantrill and Bruce C. Webb
cloth / 978-0-89096-785-0 / $49.95 s
German playwright Berthold Brecht once observed that "the Finns are silent in two languages." To those familiar with Finnish society and conversation, Brecht's remark aptly summarizes the difficulty ... More
Edited by Malcolm Malcolm Quantrill
cloth / 978-0-89096-901-4 / $60.00
The countries of Latin America exist within a framework of individuality supported by a unity based on the similar factors of urban population, rural morale, and ethnic conformation. ... More
By Gevork Hartoonian
cloth / 978-0-89096-729-4 / $49.95 s
The modern/postmodern debate has been fueled by the appearance of a new world order. And, in the aftermath of sociopolitical events such as the May 1968 student uprising ... More
Edited by Malcolm Malcolm Quantrill
cloth / 978-0-89096-535-1 / $50.00 s
One of the primary tasks for architecture in today's world is to create a sense of place, for the contemporary community—meshing urban density with suburban growth and change—is ... More