Stocktaking, 50 years later. Log 28

27Jun13

What is the state of architecture today?

This was the question posed in 1960 by the critic Reyner Banham in a series of articles he published in the Architectural Review under the heading of “Stocktaking,” which examined what he perceived as a growing schism between tradition and technology in architecture. Just over 50 years later, Log 28:Stocktaking reprises Banham’s inquiries in a similarly divided moment.

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