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Non West modernist past : on architecture & modernities

Author: William Siew Wai Lim; Jiat-Hwee Chang
Publisher: Singapore : World Scientific Pub., 2012.
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"This book is an essential resource for understanding architectural modernism outside its 'western' regions and mindsets. Its in-depth discussion and insights will be invaluable to specialists, academics and graduate students. It is also comprehensive enough to be used as a textbook for undergraduate students, and general enough for practitioners and the curious general reader."--Page [4] of cover.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William Siew Wai Lim; Jiat-Hwee Chang
ISBN: 9789814365949 9814365947
OCLC Number: 730403767
Notes: Revised papers from the conference "Non West Modernist Past", held 2011 January 15-16 in Singapore.--Page vi.
Description: vii, 216 pages : illustrations, maps, plans, portraits ; 24 cm.
Contents: Interrogating modernism and modernities. Modernism : where we're at (and how we got here) / by Anthony D. King --
Modernism across hemispheres, or, taking internationalism seriously / by Mark Crinson --
Modernism & contemporaneity in architecture : peripheries & centres / by Leon van Schaik --
Entangled histories of modern architecture / by Duanfang Lu --
East, west, high, low : how Brazilian modernist vernacular problematizes it all / by Fernando Luiz Lara --
(Dis)locating modernisms in the world. (Re-)searching modernism : Indonesia after decolonization / by Abidin Kusno --
Simultaneous modernities : contemporary architecture in India / by Rahul Mehrotra --
Opening the concept of critical architecture : the case of modern China and the issue of the state / by Jianfei Zhu --
Agro-culture / by Li Shiqiao --
Situated modernism : the production of locality in Africa / by Iain Low --
Politics of greening : spatial constructions of the public in Singapore / by Eunice Seng --
Some reflections on hospitality and cosmopolitanism within the context of the early Republican project of modernization in Turkey / by Zeynep Mennan --
Brazilian architecture, modern tradition, contemporary culture : other Brazilian modernities of the 1950-1970s / by Ruth Verde Zein --
Reflecting/ refracting modernism. Commentary : Multiple modernisms and modernities / by Randolf S. David --
Commentary : Centre and periphery, a singular modernism and studying modern cultural production / by C.J. W.-L. Wee --
Commentary : Mobility of modernism / by Chua Beng Huat.
Other Titles: On architecture and modernities
Responsibility: edited by William S.W. Lim & Jiat-Hwee Chang ; [organized and sponsored by Architectural Association Asia, Singapore Institute of Architects].
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