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Contemporary third world architecture
Catalogue of an exhibition first shown at the Pratt Manhattan Center Gallery, September 13-October 8 1983.
|Statement||a traveling exhibition organized by the Department of Exhibitions, Pratt Institute ; guest curated by Theoharis David.|
|Contributions||David, Theoharis., Pratt Institute. Department of Exhibitions.|
World Architecture: A Cross-Cultural History is an entirely new, student-friendly text by Richard Ingersoll. Building on Kostof's global vision and social context, Ingersoll integrates extensive coverage of world and contemporary architecture in order to provide the most comprehensive survey in the Edition: 3rd In Modern Architecture: A Critical History, Kenneth Frampton presents a dense and detailed survey of modern architecture. Frampton divides his book into three parts; the history behind modern architecture, a critical history of modern architecture from , and a critical assessment and extension into the present Size: KB.
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