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Schlepping Through Ambivalence: Essays on an American Architectural Condition

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Chicago architect and iconoclast Stanley Tigerman has been called a "design maven who can spit venom like a snake." Though he is at times sharply critical, his ability to cut to the core of architectural discourse has opened this insular world to a broader audience. His words and theories are appealing for their candor and are backed by his long-standing architectural prac ...more
Hardcover, 192 pages
Published November 22nd 2011 by Yale University Press
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