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Architecture of Today

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The 1980s saw a new generation of architects advocating a rich, pluralist style of architecture, both complex and contradictory, and furnishing proof of its vitality in their work. This book brings together the work of more than forty internationally renowned architects who are representative of this revival.
Paperback, 224 pages
Published October 1st 1997 by Vilo International
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Michael
Dec 25, 2007 rated it liked it
Beware, this book was also published as Architecture of Today with a different cover. Don't be fooled on Ebay and buy both - they share the same mediocre format and dated (at least nowadays) content.
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Andreas Constantine Papadakis FLS (17 June 1938 – 10 June 2008) was a Greek Cypriot-born British academic, entrepreneur and leading figure in the field of architectural publishing. He opened the Academy Bookshop in Holland Street, Kensington in 1964 and moved into publishing as Academy Editions in 1968. From then until 1990, when he sold the company to VCH Germany (now part of John Wiley) he publi ...more