Architekturtheorie - Modern Times, Modern Places

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Eine Kurzarbeit der Architekturtheorie.
Die Geschichte der modernen Architektur wird in Epochen aufgeteilt und in wenigen Seiten anhand einzelner Beispiele erläutert.
Der beschriebene Zeitraum beginnt 1859 (Red House von Philip Webb) und endet mit aktuellen Beispielen (Swiss Re in London von Sir Norman Foster).
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katamaran28.02.2010
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dankeschön. hat mir echt weitergeholfen

katamaran has at Seminar Papers 1 objects with a user's average rating 9.0.

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