Governing by design offers a unique perspective on twentieth century architectural history it disputes the primacy placed on individuals in the design and planning process and instead looks to the larger influences of politics culture economics and globalization to uncover the roots of how our built environment evolves. By showing us the historical construction the design of such basic architectures as food home culture and the body not to mention the broader built environ ment governing by design points to the fundamental contingency not only of history but also of the present and future. Governing by design architecture economy and politics in the twentieth century aggregate pages cm culture politics and the built environment isbn 978 0 8229 6178 9 pbk. Aggregate architectural history collaborative governing by design architecture economy and politics in the twentieth century pittsburgh university of pittsburgh press 2012 304 pp 55 b w illus 35 isbn 9780822961789 in a series of fascinating essays ten of the thirteen directors of the aggregate architectural history collaborative pry the lid off a pandoras box of intractable . Downloadable with restrictions no abstract is available for this item
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