Amsterdam and Rotterdam: Visionary Proposals

Ginés Garrido 

The portrait of the modern architect reflects a sensitivity which does not admit the failure of the avant-garde project, that postmodern skepticism about architecture as a means to transform society. The architect, in his modesty, also contributes to an uncertain future, in which he still believes, sacrificing his condition as a maker of objects. In a progressively built and urbanized world, it seems to make more sense to reuse and concentrate, that is, to produce less objects and consume less territory...

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