JG Ballard on Modern Architecture


JG Ballard, the novelist who wrote one of our favorite books (Concrete Island, of course), has extended his concrete reverie to discuss modern architecture directly. The article is a familiar love note to the bygone era of early Modernist architecture; his admiration for that era offers some insight into the fantasia that is Concrete Island

Through Boing Boing.


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