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Claude-Nicolas Ledoux: Architecture and Utopia in the Era of the French Revolution Hardcover – 1 May 2006


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The author, Anthony Vidler, is professor of architecture at The Cooper Union in New York. In the course of his career at Princeton University, UCLA, and Cornell University, he has become one of the great contemporary historians and theorists of architecture.

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4.0 out of 5 stars Claude-NIcholas Ledoux by Anthony Vidler 24 Sept. 2007
By L. M. Hellman - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover
An excellant account of Ledoux's work and life, beautifully designed and well illustrated.
I can only quote from Elain Harwood's review in the Architects Journal of 17th August 2007:
"Superficially a coffee-table glossy, this book has real depth. It explores both the physical and intellectual world of Ledoux's times- however, the man himself remains a shadow."
Louis Hellman Architectural cartoonist
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