As an advocate of "radical eclecticism," Charles Jencks is architecture's prince of Postmodern plurality. For Jencks, Postmodernism is a movement that is irreducibly multiple, located between the demands of past aesthetics and those of present-day technologies and struggles. Broad
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Never one to downplay his own achievements, Wolfgang Weingart explains why he has shifted his emphasis from design to teaching: "I had to stop in order to let the things that I produced sink in, and wait until the next, real explosion comes, so that designers in the new decade can copy me again." Lab
As Muriel Cooper saw things, the ruling metaphor for the computer age should be the "information landscape," not the "information highway." Rather than cutting a linear path through a forest of data, computers give us the ability to fly through three-dimensional landscapes with constellations of in