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Architectural Resistance

Contemporary Architects Face Schindler Today
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Hatje Cantz Publishers
Architecture, Planning, Criticism, General, Public, Commercial, or Industrial Buildings, Architecture / Public, Commercial, or Industrial Buil
ContributionsChristophe Cornubert (Contributor), Klaus Stattmann (Contributor), Sandrine von Klot (Contributor), Zaha Hadid (Contributor), Lebbeus Woods (Contributor), Peter Noever (Editor)
The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9101768M
ISBN 103775714065
ISBN 139783775714068

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I aim. Responding to the challenge that 'It is the architect's duty to offer resistance', [this book] explores the field of tension surrounding architecture, urbanism, and preservation today. It poses the following questions: Is a landmark such as the Schindler House singular, or is it tied to a complex network of relations and urban situations.

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