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    Archive17 August, 2006

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    Archive8 July, 2004

    Beyond the Drawing: New Dimensions in Architectural Representation

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    Archive24 May, 2001

    Le Corbusier: Architect and Visionary By Kenneth Frampton. Thames and Hudson, 2001. 240pp. £7.95

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    Archive1 March, 2001

    Le Corbusier and the Continual Revolution in Architecture By Charles Jencks.Monacelli Press, 2000. 382 pp. £35

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    Archive1 February, 2001

    New Italian Architecture: Italian Landscapes between Architecture and Photography Edited by Pippo Ciorra and Marco d'Annuntis. Skira, 2000. 183pp. £12.95. (Distributed by Thames & Hudson)

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    Archive2 April, 1998

    Once economically and culturally the most powerful city in the world (where banking was invented), Florence is now largely dependent on forms of tourism sustaining a shopkeeper economy. For generations the city's architects and planners have been struggling to get out of this cul-de-sac by inventing new urban visions. Originally it was the Futurists who invented modernity out of a sense of disgust with the ever-present history that surrounds you wherever you go in Italy. In the 1960s ...