USA. Modern Architectures in History By Gwendolyn Wright

In this new volume in the Modern Architectures in History series Wright contends that American modern architecture is not merely a branch of the European modernism brought across the Atlantic by European émigrés but an exciting hybrid of cultures, sensibilities and nationalist style.

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