Isaac Kremer/ January 14, 2018/ / 0 comments

A catchall term for 1) the renewed interest of contemporary architects in the history of architecture, including, in their own work, allusions to a historical vocabulary; and 2) a permissive approach that allows many to claim that “anything goes,” now that they are released from the constraints of “modern” and “functionalism,” with their concomitant morality and lack of ornament. Photo from Richmond, Virginia, 2021. (Willensky, 2000)

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