Hilde Heynen - Books

Books

  • Architecture and Modernity. A Critique. MIT Press, 1999
  • Dat is architectuur. Sleutelteksten uit de 20ste eeuw (co-editor). 010 Publishers, 2001
  • Back from Utopia. The Challenge of the Modern Movement. 010 Publishers, 2002
  • Inside Density. La Lettre VolĂ©e, 2003
  • Negotiating Domesticity. Routledge, 2005

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