martes, 31 de octubre de 2017
Chilean modern architecture since 1950
Pérez Oyarzun, Fernando
Pérez de Arce Antoncich, Rodrigo
College Station, Texas A&M University Press. 174 p.
Resumen: Chilean architecture—along with that of São Paolo and Mexico City—sets a benchmark for the intersection of modernism with vernacular influences in Latin America. Culture, landscape, and the geology of this earthquake-prone region have all served as important filters for the practice of post-1950s design in Chile.
This volume introduces the modern architecture of Chile to readers in the United States. Looking primarily at domestic architecture as a lens for studying the larger movement, Fernando Pérez Oyarzun considers the relationship between theory and practice in Chile.
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