Sigfried Giedion was the journalistic pioneer, critic, and chronicler of the most significant new buildings in Europe during the 1920s. He sought hidden syntheses in the world of diverse, often-contradictory tendencies that heralded a new tradition and wrote the developmental history of modern architecture. The new edition includes an afterword by architecture critic Reto Geiser.The new edition includes an afterword by architecture critic Reto Geiser.
|Title||:||Raum, Zeit, Architektur|
|Publisher||:||Birkhäuser - 2015-08-31|