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Modern architectural theory : a historical survey, 1673-1968 / Harry Francis Mallgrave.

By: Mallgrave, Harry Francis
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Cambridge [UK] ; New York, NY : Cambridge University Press, 2005Edition: 1st edDescription: xvii, 503 p. : ill. ; 28 cmISBN: 9780521793063 (hardback); 0521793068 (hardback)Subject(s): Architecture -- Philosophy -- History | Architecture, ModernDDC classification: 720.1 LOC classification: NA2500 | .M28 2005
Contents:
1. Prelude.
2. The enlightenment and neoclassicism.
3. British theory in the eighteenth century.
4. Neoclassicism and historicism.
5. The rise of German theory.
6. Competing directions at mid-century.
7. Historicism in the United States.
8. The arts and crafts movement.
9. Excusus on a few of the conceptual foundations of twentieth-century German modernism.
10. Modernism 1889-1914.
11. European Modernism, 1917-1933.
12. American modernism, 1917-1933.
13. Depression, war, and aftermath, 1934-1958.
14. European critiques of modern theory 1959-1967.
15. American critiques of modern theory, 1959-1967.
16. Conclusion.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 417-481) and index.

1. Prelude.

2. The enlightenment and neoclassicism.

3. British theory in the eighteenth century.

4. Neoclassicism and historicism.

5. The rise of German theory.

6. Competing directions at mid-century.

7. Historicism in the United States.

8. The arts and crafts movement.

9. Excusus on a few of the conceptual foundations of twentieth-century German modernism.

10. Modernism 1889-1914.

11. European Modernism, 1917-1933.

12. American modernism, 1917-1933.

13. Depression, war, and aftermath, 1934-1958.

14. European critiques of modern theory 1959-1967.

15. American critiques of modern theory, 1959-1967.

16. Conclusion.

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