Category list : 1973
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‘To Schindler, the act of dwelling is one of the most basic and continuing human activities’Subscription
Rudolph Schindler’s great lesson is the distinctive relationship between his conception of architectural activity and its realization in built form
View from 1973: ‘The AR welcomes Britain’s entry into Europe, if not with fanfares, then with genuine enthusiasm’Subscription
It is unlikely Britain’s entry will alter an exchange of ideas - but it is bound to have its effect in the practical sphere of performance
‘Scarpa, more than any other Italian architect, has brought back decoration into architecture’Subscription
In 1973 the Heinz Gallery continued their policy of showing the work of 20th-century designers with an exhibition of Carlo Scarpa’s architecture