Category list : 1981
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The rise and fall and rise of Edwin LutyensSubscription
From AR November 1981: The variations in Lutyens’ critical standing provides an interesting sidelight on the history of the fluctuating fortunes of the Modern Movement in Britain
‘Böhm has come a long way from Neviges but has never lost his wonderful, original humanity’Subscription
Archive: Böhm’s latest work may disappoint after his works of the 60s and 70s, but is displays similar preoccupations
Read Jonathan Glancey’s 1981 Architectural Review article on Hungarian architect Imre Makovecz who died last week aged 75
Richard Padovan focuses on two buildings, both designed in 1929, which represent the final resolution of Le Corbusier’s and Mies van der Rohe’s response to and conflict with De Stijl: the Villa Savoye and the Barcelona Pavilion