Morality and Architecture
1977, The Development of a Theme in Architectural History and Theory from the Gothic Revival to the Modern Movement
First edition. Hardback in dustwrapper. 22 × 14cm, 126pp.
Morality and Architecture has been described variously as brave, mischievous, brilliant, reactionary, and a 'time bomb'. It is undoubtedly controversial—a frank and at times fearlessly polemical exposure of progressivist ideology in architectural criticism.
A good readable copy but with blotchy foxing to the wrapper's flaps and endpapers and dusting to the page edges.