3 edition of The Future of Architecture found in the catalog.
The Future of Architecture
Frank Lloyd Wright
May 1, 1970
Written in English
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And it is being shaped, more than ever, by non-architects who use, rather than design, these structures." — The Globe and Mail. Or, at least, it’s one of the many provocative glimpses Marc Kushner, co-founder of design studio HWKN and the well-known architecture website Architizer, offers up in his new book The Future of.
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