Classicism

 

Classicism is an irreplaceable part of our continuing cultural identity, argues architect Robert Adam in this concise, cogent essay, and cultural identity can only come from a common past. Making a strong claim that the pre-eminent architectural style will always be classicism, he believes that its rejection is more than an aesthetic preference, it is the rejection of the identity of the community an architect should serve.

Author
Robert Adam
Illustration
Chloe Spiby Loh
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