Download CV Vincent B. His writing and research has been published in regional, national and international conference proceedings, and he participated and been invited to local and international symposia. His forthcoming writings on regionalism will be included in the Routledge Companion to Architectural History chapter and the Encyclopedia of Vernacular Architecture of the World - 2nd Edition two entries in and respectively. His innovative series of studios, entitled collectively The Land That Could Be Project — are aimed at provoking and providing design ideas in local communities. Work by his students has appeared in local newspapers and local television newscasts.
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Add to basket Add to wishlist Description In this rapidly globalizing world, any investigation of architecture inevitably leads to considerations of regionalism. But despite its omnipresence in contemporary practice and theory, architectural regionalism remains a fluid concept, its historical development and current influence largely undocumented. This comprehensive reader brings together over 40 key essays illustrating the full range of ideas embodied by the term. Authored by important critics, historians, and architects suchas Kenneth Frampton, Lewis Mumford, Sigfried Giedion, and Alan Colquhoun, Architectural Regionalism represents the history of regionalist thinking in architecture from the early twentieth century to today. These seminal textsmany of which are out of print and hard to locateare organized around themes that include regionalism and rapid modernization, modernism, historicism, regional planning, bioregionalism, and critical regionalism.
Vincent Canizaro, Ph.D.