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Published by Architectural Design .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titles"Architectural Design".
StatementArchitectural Design, 5/6-1980; guest-edited by Charles Jencks.
ContributionsJencks, Charles, 1939-
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21403161M


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Post-modern classicism the new synthesis Published by Architectural Design in London. Written in EnglishPages: Recorded on NovemCharles Jencks’ first lecture at the Architectural League on postmodernism is a strong and witty argument for what he calls “the consensus of postmodern classicism.” Jencks builds his argument through a comprehensive series of case studies ranging from the classical to the (then) contemporary.

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