The Social Meaning of Civic Space: Studying Political Authority Through Architecture

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University Press of Kansas, 1988 - Architecture and state - 229 pages
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This book reflects upon the physical settings of North American city council chambers (nearly all in the United States) constructed since 1865. It interprets spatial composition, interior decoration ... Read full review

Contents

The Notion of Civic Space
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The Concepts of Civic Space
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This Study of Civic Space
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