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Panel
Alonso, Pedro Ignacio., Palmarola, Hugo.
Panel
This book focuses on a particular aspect of the concrete panel's history, namely those systems exported from Soviet Russia into Cuba and then on to Chile in the 1960s and 1970s. Written from the point of view of the worker as much as the architect, and containing an incredible visual panoply of archival photographs, stills, cartoons, sketches and drawings, as well as oral histories from its surviving protagonists, the book offers a fascinating portrait of an architectural and political history whose symbolic and physical register all along is a concrete panel. English

Category: Featured Publishers, Architectural Association
Binding: Pap.
Pages: 259 pp
Publisher: Architectural Association
Year: 2014
Publication Place: London,
ISBN: 9781907896491
Book Id: 97652

Price: $75.00

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