Examples of Rational architecture include Rossi's Apartment Building in the Gallaratese 2 Complex, Amiata Estate, Milan (1969–73), and Grassi's Students' Residence, Chieti (1976–84). Among the chief protagonists of Rational architecture were Botta, the Kriers (Léon being one of its most powerful polemicists), Reichlin, and Ungers. Some critics prefer to call Rational architecture Neo-Rationalism or the Tendenza.
Lampugnani (ed.) (1988);
A. Rossi (1982);
A. Rossi et al. (1973);
Jane Turner (1996)
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