Critical Regionalism: Architecture and Identity in a Globalized World

Most people who are aware of the term critical regionalism assume that it was coined by the Anglo-American historian and critic, Kenneth Frampton, in his essay 'Towards a Critical Regionalism', published in 1983.

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