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Isabella Hollauf: Spaces for Recreation.
HOLLAUF.
Isabella Hollauf: Spaces for Recreation.
Utopian models for urban planning have noticeably declined in popularity since the late 1970s, and their decline has led to the neglect of vestigial social pilot projects--simple leisure facilities like parks and public swimming pools. Austrian photographer Isabella Hollauf (born 1956) traces a changing value system by visiting these orphaned sites, contrasting former utopian hopes with the dismal reality of today's less ambitious aspirations.

Category: Architecture, Monographs
Binding: Pap.
Pages: 176 pp
Publisher: Jovis.
Year: 2010.
Publication Place: Berlin,
ISBN: 9783868590685
Book Id: 85479

Price: $45.80

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