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Discuss the inherently rich means of describing and thinking about architecture seen in Gadamer’s notion of interplay and/or Fra

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Discuss the inherently rich means of describing and thinking about architecture seen in Gadamer’s notion of interplay and/or Frampton’s notion of critical regionalism, comparing them (or one of them) briefly to a formalist way of characterising architecture.

Critical Regionalism, Interplay and Formalism

Discuss the inherently rich means of describing and thinking about architecture seen in Gadamer’s notion of interplay and/or Frampton’s notion of critical regionalism, comparing them (or one of them) briefly to a formalist way of characterising architecture.

References

Zaha Hadid, Interview, Detail magazine (German edition, with English translation) pp6-10 2006 vol ½

Sanford Kwinter, ‘Who’s afraid of Formalism?’, pp96-99 in Phylogenesis, Foreign Office Architects

Hans-Georg Gadamer, Truth & Method pp.5-38 and 91-118

Jacques Herzog, Interview, Detail magazine (German edition, with English translation) pp900-906 2005 vol 9

Kenneth Frampton, Prospects for a Critical Regionalism, Perspecta, Vol. 20 (1983), pp. 147-162

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