1877 1877
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Publisher Description

For the most part, architectural history in Britain is the story of gradual change and evolution, of long term trends that give meaning to events as they unfold, even moments of apparent crescendo and climax. From time to time, however, there comes a tipping point when old certainties are overturned, new ideas break free and the clock of history is reset: we call this a Year Zero. This series of essays invites writers, critics, historians and architects to identify and reflect on a single Year Zero – when the trajectories of architectural and broader history connect and coincide and the status quo is changed forever.


Kate Jordan Senior Lecturer in Architectural History at the University of Westminster.r, writes about 1877, the year our relationship with our architectural past changed for ever.

GENRE
Arts & Entertainment
RELEASED
2020
February 3
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
10
Pages
PUBLISHER
Machine Books
SELLER
Machine Books
SIZE
740.9
KB

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