The History of Architecture: From the Avant-Garde Towards the Present
This concise volume chronicles the movements and trends in architecture over the past 120 years. Written as a narrative but split into succinct sections, it makes for clear and compelling reading.
In his pithy and personal style, the Rome-based critic and architectural historian Luigi Prestinenza Puglisi explores the events and motivations that have driven the work of leading architects from Frank Lloyd Wright and Louis Kahn, to Rem Koolhaas and Kazuyo Sejima.
With over 500 illustrations and a comprehensive list of practitioners, this insightful chronicle is both visually appealing and easy to navigate. It covers buildings from across the globe and details projects by contemporary architects, bringing readers fully up to date.
By Luigi Prestinenza Puglisi
DOM Publishers, 2021
Paperback, 527 pages
9.1 x 1.4 x 8.3 inches
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