KOPP, Anatole

Algeria and Planning 1/2

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Date: Wednesday 24 November 1976
Time: 00:00
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Running time: 31 mins

Anatole Kopp discusses building techniques and the problems and conflicts involved in housing, architecture, and planning in Algeria since 1960. An architect and Emeritus Professor at the University of Paris VIII, he is a specialist in modern architecture in the Soviet Union, especially the Constructivist movement. He is the author of numerous publications including Town and Revolution: Soviet Architecture and City Planning 1917-1935 and Constructivist Architecture in the USSR.NB: Poor picture quality and occasional interruptions to picture and sound throughout the lecture.



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