Architecture in Europe Since 1968: Memory and Invention by Alexander Tzonis, Liane Lefaivre, Iane Lefaivre

By Alexander Tzonis, Liane Lefaivre, Iane Lefaivre

This paintings, winner of the 1992 American Institute of Architects Award, surveys and a part many years of architectural tasks in Europe. It starts off with the finishing touch of the 1st commissions embodying the information that sprang out of the exuberant occasions of 1968, and ends with the professional unification of Europe. It contributes to modern debates on structure and will be worthwhile as a resource reference.

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