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Industrial form: An appropriate architecture for West Texas
Regionalism emphasizes the historic and cultural heritage of the region while addressing global aspects of universal civilization. It occupies itself in expressing the particulars of place as well as binding itself in ...
Critical regionalism in New Mexico: A new Catholic church in Glorieta
To be considered "great architecture" any structure must relate to the people, the culture, and the region in which it is constructed. The components and vernacular of a building should be reinterpreted and placed in the ...