Talking to Architects: Ten Lectures by Colin Ward
by Colin Ward
This book gathers together addresses to mainly architectural audiences over twenty years. They seek to persuade observers of the built environment that beyond the adulation of architectural celebrities from Le Corbusier onward, there has been a quieter, less visible stream in the world of building, ranging from the Arts and Crafts movement at the turn of the century, to Hassan Fathy in Eygypt or Giancarlo De Carlo in Italy to Walter Segal in Britain, quietly pushing aside the assumptions of the professionals.
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