In 1966, a British planner called Maurice Broady came up with a new term for the architectural lexicon: architectural determinism.
US architect Frank Lloyd Wright, who designed Fallingwater, believed that appropriate architecture would save the US from corruption. Photo by Carol M. Highsmith.
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