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|Description:||xv, 508 s.,  pl.-s. i färg : ill.|
|Contents:||Introduction - the identity of an imaginary region; the city as political monument; antiquarian and individualist historicism; Art Noveau - the will to style; Imperial Realism - the aesthetics of the Wagner Circle; the search for a national style; the ornament - salvation or crime?; folded facades - Cubism and empathy; classicism as style, classicism as attitude; the architecture of social reform.|
"Moravanszky has broken new ground in this study devoted to thearchitecture and city planning of the Austro-Hungarian empire. Rather thanfocusing on one region or country within the empire,