2008, Jun

Cultural Landscapes Book Review (Next American City)

Preservation battles are usually duked out over individual buildings that are, for reasons of history, geography or biography, deemed exceptional. This narrow focus on lone buildings may effectively draw public attention but neglects the nuances of context and--especially in urban conditions--the complex social and political heritage left by different constituencies.


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Gendall NAC Cultural Landscapes



8/17

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