The Tale of Tomorrow: Utopian Architecture in the Modernist Realm

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Price
$68.00  $62.56
Publisher
Gestalten
Publish Date
Pages
400
Dimensions
9.9 X 13.2 X 1.5 inches | 6.2 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9783899555707

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About the Author

Sofia Borges is a Los Angeles-based writer, architect, designer, and curator. She is a faculty member at the USC School of Architecture and the director of MADWORKSHOP. She is the author and editor of nearly two dozen titles on architecture and design.

Reviews

"We ll likely never stop dreaming about what the future holds, and architecture in the 1960s through 80s particularly reflected this forward-thinking inclination. Many of the incredible futuristic buildings from this era are highlighted in the new book The Tale of Tomorrow. Even decades later, these works by talents like Le Corbusier and Eero Saarinen are inspiring, exciting, and proof that great things happen when you push the boundaries of what can be done. Here are a few of our favorites."
Architectural Digest, April 6, 2016
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..".turn to The Tale of Tomorrow, a book compiled by Robert Klanten and Sofia Borges, celebrating everything from the playful to the severe, the residential to the religious and the colourful to the concrete."

-Amuse


"We'll likely never stop dreaming about what the future holds, and architecture in the 1960s through '80s particularly reflected this forward-thinking inclination. Many of the incredible futuristic buildings from this era are highlighted in the new book The Tale of Tomorrow. Even decades later, these works by talents like Le Corbusier and Eero Saarinen are inspiring, exciting, and proof that great things happen when you push the boundaries of what can be done. Here are a few of our favorites."
Architectural Digest, April 6, 2016
..".turn to The Tale of Tomorrow, a book compiled by Robert Klanten and Sofia Borges, celebrating everything from the playful to the severe, the residential to the religious and the colourful to the concrete."

-Amuse