Description - Relearning from Las Vegas by Michael J. Golec
Evaluates for the first time one of the foundational works in architecture criticism. Immediately on its publication in 1972, Learning from Las
Vegas, by Robert Venturi, Denise Scott Brown, and Steven Izenour, was hailed as a transformative work in the history and theory of architecture, liberating those in architecture who were trying to find a way out of the straitjacket of architectural orthodoxies. Resonating far beyond the professional and institutional boundaries of the field, the book contributed to a thorough rethinking of modernism and was subsequently taken up as an early manifestation and progenitor of postmodernism.
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