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Lecture 10-February 26, 1991


The Grand Manner and the Radial Concentric City. The Grand Manner as more than a Baroque construction; from the ancient Delphi, Pergamon, and Palestrina to Hitler's Berlin. The radial concentric city from the first city of Baghdad to the Palma Nova to the 18-20th century secular socialist experiments of the Royal Saltworks in Chaux, France, Ebenezer Howard, and Paolo Soleri's Arcosanti.



Lecture 10-February 26, 1991


Kostof, Spiro



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Lectures from Architecture 170 class, University of California, Berkeley

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Architecture--Study and teaching.

Architecture--History--Study and teaching.

Cities and towns--History--Study and teaching.




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One semester of lectures in Historical Survey of Architecture and Urbanism (Architecture 170) class, taught by Spiro Kostof between January 31, 1991 and May 7, 1991 at the University of California, Berkeley.

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