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Eisenman inside out : selected writings, 1963-1988

Author: Peter Eisenman
Publisher: New Haven, CT : Yale University Press, ©2004.
Series: Theoretical perspectives in architectural history and criticism.
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Named Person: Peter Eisenman; Peter Eisenman; Peter Eisenman; Peter Eisenman; Peter Eisenman; Peter Eisenman
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Peter Eisenman
ISBN: 0300090080 9780300090086
OCLC Number: 53276582
Description: xv, 247 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
Contents: Toward an understanding of form in architecture --
Notes on conceptual architecture: toward a definition --
Cardboard architecture: house I and house II --
From Golden Lane to Robin Hood Gardens: or if you follow the yellow brick road, it may not lead to Golders Green --
Real and English: the destruction of the box. I. --
Post-functionalism --
Behind the mirror: on the writings of Philip Johnson --
The graves of modernism --
Aspects of modernism: Maison Dom-ino and the self-referential sign --
In my father's house are many mansions --
The houses of memory: the texts of analogy --
The representations of doubt: at the sign of the sign --
The end of the classical: the end of the beginning, the end of the end --
The futility of objects: decomposition and the processes of differentiation --
miMISes READING: does not mean A THING --
Architecture and the problem of the rhetorical figure --
Misreading Peter Eisenman --
Architecture as a second language: the texts of between --
Blue line text.
Series Title: Theoretical perspectives in architectural history and criticism.
Responsibility: Peter Eisenman.

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