1970-1990: The Way We Were

Justo Isasi 

With the seventies arrived a profound crisis, which in Spain proved to be not only economic but also political, coinciding with the transition between regimes. The crisis provoked many dismissals, and one of the least necessary and perhaps least justified was that of the masters of Spanish architecture of the fifties and sixties. Without commissions, too experienced not to be seen without suspicion by the new powers, and too autodidactic to make alliances, they found themselves rele­gated to a commercial architecture in reces­sion...[+]

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