Architectural regionalism

by Canizaro, Vincent B. Ed. Published by : Princeton Architectural Press (New York) Physical details: 463p. ISBN:9781568986166. Year: 2007 List(s) this item appears in: Identity Histories (Architecture)
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10 Preface: The Promise of Regionalism
14 Acknowledg ments
16Introduction
CHAPTER 1: IDEAS IN REGIONALISM
36The Regional Motive
Wendell Berry
42Universal Civilization and National Cultures
Paul Ricoeur
CHAPTER 2: CRITICAL POSITIONS IN ARCHITECTURAL REGIONALISM
Positions in Architectural Regionalism
56 Regionalism and Nationalism in Architecture
Harwell Hamilton Harris
66 Regionalism
Harwell Hamilton Harris
70 Regionalism and Invention
Lawrence W. Speck
Critical-Historical Studies in Architectural Regionalism
80 Regionalism in American Architecture
Rexford Newcomb
96 Excerpts from The South in Architecture
Lewis Mumford
Regionalism under Rapid Modernization
102 Regionalism within Modernism
Suha Ozkan
110 Cultural Continuum and Regional Identity in Architecture
Balkrishna V. Doshi
120 Regionalism: Lessons from Algeria and the Middle East
Kenza Boussora
Postmodern Regionalism: Alienation, Historicism, and Analysis
128 Tradition and Modernity: The Feasibility of Regional Architecture in Post-Modern Society
Juhani Pallasmaa
140 Critique of Regionalism
Alan Colquhoun
146 The Concept of Regionalism
Alan Colquhoun
156 Four Approaches to Regionalism in Architecture
Eleftherios Pavlides
CHAPTER 3: MODERN REGIONALISM: REFERENTIAL REGIONALISM
170Toward a Southwestern Architecture David R. Williams
178 Excerpts from Manual for Drivers and Guides Descriptive of the Indian Watchtower at Desert View and its Relation, Architecturally, to the Prehistoric Ruins of the Southwest
Mary Colter
188 Old Forms for New Buildings
John Gaw Meem
194 The Myth and Power of Place: Hispanic Revivalism in the American Southwest
David Gebhard
204 Regionalism and Texas Architecture
Stephen Fox
214 Neff and Neutra: Regionalism versus Internationalism James F. O'Gorman
CHAPTER 4: REGIONALISM AND REGIONAL PLANNING 224 An Appalachian Trail: A Project in Regional Planning
Benton MacKaye
236 Regional Planning
Lewis Mumford
244 Excerpts from A Pattern Language
Christopher Alexander
252 Regional Development: The Architect's Role
Albert Mayer
258 Perspectives on Regional Design
Paul D. Spreiregen
CHAPTER 5: REGIONAL MODERNISM: CONFLICT AND MATURATION
270 Excerpts from Precisions: On the Present State of Architecture and City Planning
Le Corbusier
276 Regionalism in Architecture
Richard J. Neutra
280 After the International Style-What?
Hugh S. Morrison
288 The Sky Line: Status Quo
Lewis Mumford
292 What is Happening to Modern Architecture?
Museum of Modern Art
310 The New Regionalism
Sigfried Giedion
320 The Meaning of Regionalism in Architecture
Pietro Belluschi
326 Regionalism and Modern Architecture
James Stirling
CHAPTER 6: BIOREGIONALISM
334 Reinhabiting California
Peter Berg and Raymond Dasmann
340 Living by Life: Some Bioregional Theory and Practice
Jim Dodge
350 Biotechnology and Regional Integration
Gary J. Coates
362 Desert Bloom
Michael Haslam
CHAPTER 7: CRITICAL REGIONALISM 368 Constructive Regionalism
Anthony Alofsin
374 Ten Points on an Architecture of Regionalism: A Provisional Polemic
Kenneth Frampton
386 Critical Regionalism in Houston: A Case for the Menil Collection
Richard Ingersoll
394 Placing Resistance: A Critique of Critical Regionalism
Keith L. Eggener
CHAPTER 8: REGIONALISMS FOR THE THIRD MILLENNIUM
410 Becoming Regional over Time: Toward a Reflexive Regionalism
Timothy Cassidy
420On Performative Regionalism
Barbara L Alien
428 Strong Margins
Sarah Wigglesworth and Jeremy Till
432 Technology, Place, and Nonmodern Regionalism
Steven A. Moore
446 Notes
456 Selected Bibliography
460 Illustration Credits
461 Index

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