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Citadel Culture

"Citadel" evokes a rich mixture of associations—from images of urban centers of commerce and culture to war and the need to defend what is fortified within. Preserving its layered meanings, O. K. Werckmeister plucks the word from its usual moorings and employs it as a compelling metaphor in a brilliant retrospective of contemporary Western culture.

216 pages | frontispiece | 5-1/4 x 8 | © 1991

Architecture: Architecture--Criticism

Art: Art--General Studies

Culture Studies

Table of Contents

Stirling, Bacon
Kraftwerk, Boulez
Lucas, Morris

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