This documentary explores the most controversial of contemporary architectural movements, postmodernism. It examines the impact and accomplishments of the movement and evaluates many of the most famous postmodernist buildings around the U.S., including the Portland Building by Michael Graves, the AT&T Building by Philip Johnson, Frank Gehry's home in Santa Monica, and the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles by Arrata Isosaki. Commentary is provided by some of America's most prominent architecture critics, historians, and designers. Produced by the Rutgers University.
Based on a exhibition and book entitled: The critical edge : controversy in recent American architecture (Tod Marder, ed.)
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