Constitutional Modernism explores architecture, planning, and law as cultural forces, analyzing the complex entanglements between these disciplines in the Cuban Republic. Timothy Hyde reveals how architects joined with other professionals and intellectuals in efforts to establish a stable civil society, from the promulgation of a new Cuban Constitution in 1940 up until the Cuban Revolution.
Category: Urban Planning,
Pages: 384 pp
Publisher: University of Minnesota.
Publication Place: Minneapolis,
Book Id: 93514
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