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The Functions & Meanings of Architecture

23 September 2004 – 23 June 2005
Architecture is the most public of all western arts and was understood from the 15th century to be the central discipline of all artistic development. This course discusses the many roles required of architecture, the meanings of the architectural languages and the contexts in which they were used.

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