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The Lost Anthropological Trail of Modernism

Part 2 Dissertation 2016
Alex Peacock
University of Bath | UK
Serge Chermayeff, one of the earliest and most prolific modernist architects in Britain during the 1930s, and Christopher Alexander, one of the most vocal opponents of architectural theory in the 1970s, published a book together in 1963. Their ostensible differences reveal a strand of thought which reframes Alexander’s theories in the context of the socially aware modernism practiced by Chermayeff.
Alex Peacock

Mr Mark Wilson Jones
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