Book
Terms of Appropriation: Modern Architecture and Global Exchange

This collection focuses on how architectural material is transformed, revised, swallowed whole, plagiarized, or in any other way appropriated. It charts new territory within this still unexplored yet highly topical area of study by establishing a shared vocabulary with which to discuss, or contest, the workings of appropriation as a vital and progressive aspect of architectural discourse. Written by a group of rising scholars in the field of architectural history and criticism, the chapters cover a range of architectural subjects that are linked in their investigations of how architects engage with their predecessors.

Introduction 
Amanda Reeser Lawrence and Ana Miljački  

Part 1: Authorship 

1. Signed, Anonymous: The Persona of the Architect in the Mansion House Debate 
Timothy Hyde

2. The Anxiety of Anonymity: On the Historiographic Problem of Walter Gropius and The Architects Collaborative 
Michael Kubo  

3. The Power of Association: Le Corbusier in the Banlieue 
Kenny Cupers  

Part 2: Transfer 

4. Edvard Ravnikar's Eclecticism of Taste and the Politics of Appropriation 
Vladimir Kulić 

5. Cold War Adaptations: SIAL Školka's Real and Imaginary Architectural Dialogues with the West 
Ana Miljački 

6. Translation Theory and the Intertwined Histories of Building for Self-Governance 
Esra Akcan 

Part 3: Rights 

7. Architecture and Copyright: Rights of Authors and Things in the Age of Reproduction 
Ines Weizman 

8. Sufficient Originality: The Legal Contours of Creativity in Architecture 
Sarah Hirschman 

9. Architectural Patents Beyond Bucky Fuller’s Quadrant 
Kevin Emerson Collins 

Part 4: Reenactments 

10. By the Book: Philip Johnson's Ledoux Redoux at the University of Houston 
Amanda Reeser Lawrence  

11. A Careful Misreading of Precedent: the Politics of Transparency in the work of Lina Bo Bardi 
David Rifkind  

12. Not Exactly the Same: On the Fantasy of "Chinese Architectural Copies" 
Winnie Wong 

13. Città Analoga: Aldo Rossi's Visual Theory on Display 
Léa-Catherine Szacka

Title
Publication TypeBook
Year of Publication2018
AuthorsMiljacki A, Lawrence AReeser, Hyde T, Kubo M, Hirschman S, Wong W
Volume1
Number of Pages282
PublisherRoutledge
ISBN9781138940048
Abstract

This collection focuses on how architectural material is transformed, revised, swallowed whole, plagiarized, or in any other way appropriated. It charts new territory within this still unexplored yet highly topical area of study by establishing a shared vocabulary with which to discuss, or contest, the workings of appropriation as a vital and progressive aspect of architectural discourse. Written by a group of rising scholars in the field of architectural history and criticism, the chapters cover a range of architectural subjects that are linked in their investigations of how architects engage with their predecessors.

Introduction 
Amanda Reeser Lawrence and Ana Miljački  

Part 1: Authorship 

1. Signed, Anonymous: The Persona of the Architect in the Mansion House Debate 
Timothy Hyde

2. The Anxiety of Anonymity: On the Historiographic Problem of Walter Gropius and The Architects Collaborative 
Michael Kubo  

3. The Power of Association: Le Corbusier in the Banlieue 
Kenny Cupers  

Part 2: Transfer 

4. Edvard Ravnikar's Eclecticism of Taste and the Politics of Appropriation 
Vladimir Kulić 

5. Cold War Adaptations: SIAL Školka's Real and Imaginary Architectural Dialogues with the West 
Ana Miljački 

6. Translation Theory and the Intertwined Histories of Building for Self-Governance 
Esra Akcan 

Part 3: Rights 

7. Architecture and Copyright: Rights of Authors and Things in the Age of Reproduction 
Ines Weizman 

8. Sufficient Originality: The Legal Contours of Creativity in Architecture 
Sarah Hirschman 

9. Architectural Patents Beyond Bucky Fuller’s Quadrant 
Kevin Emerson Collins 

Part 4: Reenactments 

10. By the Book: Philip Johnson's Ledoux Redoux at the University of Houston 
Amanda Reeser Lawrence  

11. A Careful Misreading of Precedent: the Politics of Transparency in the work of Lina Bo Bardi 
David Rifkind  

12. Not Exactly the Same: On the Fantasy of "Chinese Architectural Copies" 
Winnie Wong 

13. Città Analoga: Aldo Rossi's Visual Theory on Display 
Léa-Catherine Szacka

URLhttps://www.routledge.com/Terms-of-Appropriation-Modern-Architecture-and-Global-Exchange/Lawrence-Miljacki/p/book/9781138940048