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INLAND ARCHITECTURE: SUBTERRANEAN ESSAYS ON MORAL ORDER AND FORMAL ORDER IN CHICAGO

by Philip Bess, with foreword by Howard Decker
INTERALIA/DESIGN Books; ISBN: 0-9630969-6-6
$19.95, paperback–172 pp. including 72 black and white plates.

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What the critics say about INLAND ARCHITECTURE:

Philip Bess stands out amongst modern architecture critics as a brilliant if solitary defender of a common sense approach, explaining

in clear language the metaphysical foundations of good building and urbanism. It is not blind will-to-power or obtuse market forces, he convincingly demonstrates, that build or destroy our cities and lives, but good or bad ideas.
–Leon Krier, architect and city planner, author
ARCHITECTURE: CHOICE OR FATE