Britain / Alan Powers.

'Britain' examines the question of the British approach to modern architecture. With due regard for the separate identities of England, Scotland and Wales, the author discusses themes, developments and changes in British modernism from its beginnings to the present day.

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Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Powers, Alan, 1955- (Author)
Format: Ebook
Published: London : Reaktion Books, 2007.
Series:Modern architectures in history.
Online Access:Art & Architecture Complete
Table of Contents:
  • Efficiency: from modernity to modernism
  • Compassion: modern architecture builds the 'just city'
  • Poetics: the moral dilemma of modern aesthetics
  • Production: white heat and burnout
  • Happiness: the reintegration of architecture
  • Conscience: the architecture of fruitful anxiety
  • Difference: local action and global thought.
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