Sa(l)vage Modernism

This entertaining insider’s look at Finnish architecture considers the importance of the 1990s decade to its style—significant for new buildings such as the Washington Embassy and the Museum of Contemporary Art as well as the recognition of the work of Juha Leiviskä. Assessing the state of the architectural institutions, theory, and criticism within the country, this volume closes on a constructive note, opening up towards a freedom and plurality emerging in the projects and work of many younger and lesser-known architects.

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