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ARCHITECTURE AS A GLOBAL SYSTEM: SCAVENGERS, TRIBES, WARLORDS AND MEGAFIRMS

Dr Peter Raisbeck

Raisbeck goes beyond standard biographic and chronographic accounts of architecture in this thorough and occasionally scathing book. As he writes, “The global architectural system is a totalitarian state… warlords rule over scavengers, tribes seek to establish themselves,

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