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Posted by  Nadine on January 18, 2004 at 19:32:42:

In Reply to:  Re: WHAT IS GOOD ARCHITECTURE?? posted by Amy on January 15, 2004 at 18:14:57:

Hi Amy

It depends what kind of architecture you're interested in. For me, I read anything and have archives now on the history of architecture and design. I just love it because despite the passage of time, I can't help but marvel at heritage buildings which were built without using today's technology. All that art and visionary imagination that prevailed in those times. I won't go on.....:-)

Anyway, if you go to www.amazon.com, type in key words such as contemporary architecture, historical architecture, period and modern building design, etc, you should get a heap of books to look at. Make sure you take a look at the second hand availability as you can save lots buying good books this way as opposed to brand new ones.

Nadine

 
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