Contemporary Architecture and Urbanism in Iran
Tradition, Modernity, and the Production of 'Space-in-Between'
Provides a detailed overview from the last 150 years of Iranian architecture and urbanism, starting from mid-19th century to the present
It is the first study of contemporary architecture and urbanism of Iran from a theoretical viewpoint
It provides an in-depth analysis of three internationally recognised architects, their contribution to the emerging anti-modern, post-modern urban culture, and their success in creating a “space-in-between” which reflects both local socio-cultural roots and international advanced technological achievements
Includes novel illustrations and documents about architecture and urbanism in Iran
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Part of the The Urban Book Series book series (UBS)