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Architecture RePerformed

Tino Mager
This book deals with the phenomenon of meticulous reconstruction in architecture. It argues that the politics of reconstruction go far beyond aesthetic considerations.
eBook, English, 2016
Taylor and Francis, London, 2016
1 online resource (168 pages)
9781317179054, 1317179056
Introduction, Tino Mager; Chapter 1 Architecture Makes History, Arnold Bartetzky; Chapter 2 Barcelona’s Gothic Quarter, Josep-Maria Garcia-Fuentes; Chapter 3 Building Reconstructions and History Constructions in Hungary and Romania under Communist Rule, Robert Born; Chapter 4 Rebuilding the Jesuit Church and College, Renato Cymbalista, João Carlos Santos Kuhn; Chapter 5 The Issue of ‘Identical Reconstruction’ on French Heritage Sites, Julien Bastoen; Chapter 6 Refracted Copies of the Imperial City and the Great Audience Hall in East Asia, Alice Y. Tseng; Chapter 7 From Historical Monument to New ‘Urban Spectacle’, Jing Zhuge; Chapter 8 Architecture, Reconstruction, Memory, Alexandra Klei;