Fantastic architecture

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Fantastic architecture. Eccentric, imaginative architecture, such as the later work of Gaudí, Bruno Taut, or Hans Poelzig; futuristic high-technology megastructures (see high tech); follies of an outlandish sort; or irrational structures, defying logic or considerations of use.

Bibliography

Conrads and C&S (1960, 1962);
Schuyt & and Elffers (1980);
Vostell & and Higgins (1969)