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A comprehensive survey of architectural projects during a time of great ferment - from the student movements and political upheaval of 1968 to the official unification of Europe in 1992. Following an extensive introductory essay by the authors, four invited essays address the major issues of the period: urban context and change, typology, technology, ecology. Some 75 individual projects are then presented, each accompanied by a critical essay, together with photographs, drawings, site diagrams, and construction details. 9x121/2".
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Alexander Tzonis (Greek: Αλέξανδρος Τζώνης; born November 8, 1937) is a Greek born architect, researcher and author.
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