The Architecture of Bart Prince: A Pragmatics of Place

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This study of Prince views his architecture as an open-ended process of cultural discovery and experimentation. It shifts attention from theoretical abstractions like organicism to what Prince believes to be architecture's proper subject: the experience of place produced when an architect responds to the practical and psychological realities of a specific client, program, and budget in the context of a particular site.
 

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Christopher Curtis Mead, a professor of art and art history at the University of New Mexico, lives in Albuquerque.

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