Action architecture

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Action architecture.
1. Architecture evolved from sketches without precise working-drawings and using materials ready to hand.

2. Creation of form through constant repetition and evolution of one concept. An example of Action architecture is Boston City Hall, MA. (1964–9), by Kallmann, McKinnell, & Knowles.

Bibliography

P. Collins (1965);
Jencks (1973a);
Kallmann (1959)