The Edifice Complex by Deyan Sudjic


‘Hitler, Mussolini and Stalin and their megalomaniacal plans for rebuilding Berlin, Rome and Moscow – to the ‘theme park’ propaganda of the presidential libraries, from François Miterrand’s imperial Paris to the vainglorious symbolism of Saddam Hussein’s Mother of All Battles Mosque.

The Edifice Complex offers a brilliant reinterpretation of the role of buildings in our lives and of the age-old question why we build.’

Deyan Sudjic is a British writer and broadcaster specialising in the fields of design and architecture.

Hardbacked book 2005

Condition: Used, wear and tear on edges of dust cover  

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Weight 775 g
Dimensions 29.0 × 5.0 × 19.0 cm