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  • Oppositions Reader

    K. Michael HAYS, ed., Oppositions Reader.
    1998

    In its 11-year history, Oppositions, the journal of the New York-based Institute for Architecture and Urban Studies (IAUS), set the agenda, introduced key players and published seminal pieces on the theorization of architecture in the late 20th century. This text collects essays from 26 issues of Oppositions. Contributions from architects, theorists and historians such as Aldo Rossi, Alan Colquhom, Leon Krier, and Denise Scott Brown, amongst others, are included.

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