The Big Rethink: Learning from Four Modern Masters
The architecture of the past and other cultures represents a vast resource to study and learn from, now made widely available by modern scholarship, publications and audio-visual media - a great legacy of modernity. To conceive an architecture adequate and relevant to our changing times, a useful initial step is to investigate and integrate lessons from past architectures, including those of very different times and places, and of the 20th century with its constant experiment and innovation.
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