57 — The Reactionaries — 2/3 — Caesar's Palace without the Fun

57 — The Reactionaries — 2/3 — Caesar's Palace without the Fun

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In our second episode on Reactionaries, we explore the rejection of modernism by traditionalist architects and theorists in England after the Second World War. Modernism became the hegemonic architectural and urbanist mode in England during this period, and we examine those who rejected the consensus, and sought to continue the retreat into the past, designing architecture that occasionally verges on Caesar's Palace, without any of the fun.

In this episode, we discuss Raymond Erith, the ... See More
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