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The contradiction between form and function in architecture
John Shannon Hendrix.
Table of Contents
Ancient and classical: Egypt, Greece, and Rome -- Medieval: Byzantine, Islamic, Gothic -- Renaissance and Baroque: architectural theory and form -- Enlightenment and idealism -- Modernism: structural rationalism to structural linguistics -- Postmodernism: complexity and contradiction, cardboard architecture, late capitalism, deconstructivism -- Bioconstructivism: topological theory.