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This trenchant discussion of the state of architectural theory, criticism and practice in the 1980s and 1990s follows on from Reyner Banhan′s seminal work of the 1960s. At a time of extraordinary interest and debate on architecture this book provides an illuminating insight into the issues of the impact of electronic information technology on architecture and urban planning and why the ′energy crisis′ did not transform architecture in the direction of megastructures and did not halt the slide back into traditional styles.
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