Dichotomy Vol. 3 No. 1
Decades are inherently arbitrary segments of time; extrusions of one’s life and work. We have chosen to dedicate this issue of Dichotomy to one of these “arbitrary extrusions”, however, the reason behind our decision was anything but despotic. Primarily, we have devoted these pages to a retrospective of the Seventies to help the students of architecture better understand their context in modern history and the forces that brought them here.
Bruno Zevi: ON ARCHITECTURAL CRITICISM AND ITS DISEASES
Udo Kultermann: ARCHITECTURE IS ARCHITECTURE IS ARCHITECTURE
Bruno Leon: THE SELF AND OTHER
Tadeusz Barucki: ARCHITECTURAL ORPHANS
Toni Mueller: THE PIAZZA AGAIN!
R. Buckminster Fuller: OLD MAN RIVER
Bruce Allen Koytek: LOOK WHAT THEY’VE DONE TO MY HOME
Beth Casey: WHICH SIDE IS UP?
Christian Norberg-Schulz: LESS OR MORE?
Stan Andrulis: MORE EXCUSES FOR BAD ARCHITECTURE
William Moser: FASCISM, DEMOCRACY, AND THE MODERN LANGUAGE OF ARCHITECTURE
Editor: George Dodds, Jr.
Assistant Editor: William Moser
Staff: Greg Yeomans, Tim Berkley, Bruce Kopytek, Joseph Sweeney