In this book Werner Durth and Paul Sigel investigate various stages and trends in architecture and urban planning over the last century. Ranging from the growth and redevelopment of cit-ies to forms of housing, life concepts, and guidelines for a supposedly better future, they describe discourse and controversy, positions, and projects. Before the background of changing values and quality standards, aspects and forms of na- tional self-portrayal are particularly interesting. The authors outline experimental movements and decision-making processes using examples of capital city planning, as well as participation in World and Building Exhibitions.Wertwandel und gesellschaftlicher Wandel, Frankfurt am Marn 1979 823Siehe http / /www boersenverem de/de9667l7pid=133335 (April 2009l 824Siehe Der Spiegel, Heft 3. 1973. S 17 828Ebd 828Eihard Eppler. zitiert in: Dei Spiegel, Heft 3.
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