The Judicious Eye, Architecture against the Other Arts By Joseph Rykwert

It is only in relatively recent times that architecture, together with other allied disciplines has been divorced from the visual arts. Rykwert examines how this separation of roles occurred and how architecture and the arts are now coming together again and what this might imply for the future.

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