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Selected Scandinavian contributions to contemporary architectural discourse

Salama, Ashraf M. (2008) Selected Scandinavian contributions to contemporary architectural discourse. [Review]

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Abstract

In the following brief reviews I present two publications and a book that represent arguments and discussions which go beyond the main stream debate on architecture and its allied disciplines. The three pieces come from Scandinavia and in fact can be seen as catalysts for generating discussions that focus on new ways in which knowledge about the built artifacts can be further enhanced.