Architecture of the Absurd: How "Genius" Disfigured a Practical Art
By: John Silber (author)Hardback
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John Silber offers a volume of spirited criticism of contemporary architecture, dividing well-known building designers into architects, who keep in mind the users of a building, and the artistes, who are self-indulgent and keep their own fame in mind.
JOHN SILBER was the president of Boston University for twenty-five years and is an internationally recognised authority on ethics, the philosophy of law and the philosophy of Kant. In 2002 he was named an honorary member of the AIA.
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