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"No architect did more to shape the architectural devolution of the 1960's than Charles Moore. While Moore's built work was intimate in scale, his writings were bold, joining grand historical themes with popular trends, putting modern architecture back in touch with modern life."--Robert A. M. Stern, Dean, Yale School of Architecture, Yale University

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Charles W. Moore, one of America's best known architects, is O'Neil Ford Professor of Architecture at the University of Texas at Austin.

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Important Book July 8 2013
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The author of this collection of essays was an extremely valuable architectural educator. His perceptions of places are as relevant today as they were when written. This book should be required reading for all students of environmental issues.