Projectiles (Architecture Words 6)
A split between modern and historical realities – whether real, imagined, projected or fantasised – has long configured modern architectural culture. The very construction of this division has proved a durable, near structural, means by which to assert the idea of a properly ‘modern’ architecture defined in opposition to the past. The writings of Bernard Cache confound exactly this attempt to divide and then distance the contemporary world from its history.
Author: Bernard Cache
Size: 7.1 x 4.3 in / 18 x 11 cm
Publication date: 2011
Published by: Architectural Association Publications
Distributed by: ACTAR PUBLISHERS
ISBN: English 978-1902902883