Arguments for tradition in architecture: 3

I wrote earlier about David Watkin’s criticism of Pevsner in 'Morality & Architecture'. Watkin says much less about another advocate of modernism: Sigfried Giedion. But with Giedion, Watkin’s general thesis—that modernists have all signed up to an unreflective Hegelianism and a ‘belief in progress’—comes closer to the mark. In ‘Space, Time & Architecture: The Growth … Continue reading Arguments for tradition in architecture: 3