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Future Anterior Index

PEOPLE
CONCEPTS
ACTS, LAWS, CHARTERS, TREATIES
PROJECTS & SITES

Name Birth/Death Volume.Number:Page
Aalto, Alvar 1898-1976 7.2:122
Ahren, Uno 1897-1977 5.2:63-70
Al-Radi, Selma 1939-2010 5.2:63-70
Aparecido de Oliveira, José 1929-2007 3.1:64
Assmann, Aleida 7.2:29
Assmann, Jan   7.2:29
Aynsley, Jeremy   3.2:42
Baixeras, José A.   3.2:13,20
Balbas, Leopoldo Torres 1888-1960 4.2:41-48
Barthes, Roland 1915-1980 3.1:vi
Basquiat, Jean-Michel 1960-1988 2.1:vii
Bedoire, Fredric 1945- 7.2:118
Beltrami, Luca 1854-1933 4.1:45
Benjamin, Walter 1892-1940 3.2:68-71
Benoist, Michel 1715-1774 3.1:14
Berlage, Hendrik Petrus 1856-1934 4.1:6
Bernini, Gian Lorenzo 1598-1680 2.2:53
Bilton, William 1821-1888 7.2:44
Birnbaum, Charles   1.2:10
Bo Bardi, Lina 1914-1992 2.2:24-31
Boito, Camillo 1836-1914 2.2:76; 3.2:18; 4.1:45; 6.1:69; 7.2: 9, 12
Bordaz, Robert 1908-1996 3.2:38
Born, Esther 1902-1987 6.1:61-64
Bozo, Dominique 1935-1993 3.2:40
Brancusi, Constantin 1876-1957 3.2:xi,35
Brandi, Cesare 1906-1988 3.1:3-4; 4.1:iii,x,31-41,45-55
Buchanan, Peter   3.2:41
Bull, Henrik 1864-1953 7.2:8
Bull, Olaf 1883-1933 7.2:25
Buls, Charles 1837-1914 3.2:18
Burle Marx, Roberto 1909-1994 3.1:59,64
Buschiazzo, Mario J. 1902-1970 6.2:7-10
Busquet, Raoul 1881-1955 2.1:4
Caffarelli, Lorenzo   2.2:6
Cage, John 1912-1992 3.2:v
Cassou, Jean 1897-1986 3.2:36,37
Castiglione, Giuseppe 1688-1766 3.1:14
Celsing, Peter 1920-1974 7.2:112
Charles IV of Norway (Charles XV of Sweden) 1826-1872 7.2:5
Chavez, Carlos 1899-1978 6.2:64
Christie, Eilert Chistian Brodtkorb 1832-1906 7.2:6-8, 11
Chung, Seung-Jin   3.1:4
Cidro, Amelia   3.2:42
Clark, Kenneth 1903-1983 7.2:1
Costa, Lúcio 1902-1998 2.2:28; 3.1:x,59-66; 6.2:11,15-18, 39-43, 46, 49-56
Crawford, O.G.S. 1886-1957 6.1:98-102
Curman, Sigurd 1879-1966 5.2:22; 7.2:iv-v, 19-21, 39, 42, 7.2: 71, 77, 79, 91, 92-94
Dahl, Johan Christian 1788-1857 6.1:1-16; 7.2:3
de Andrade, Mario J. 1893-1945 6.2:17-18
de Quincy, Quatremere 1755-1849 6.1:6-7
de Robina, Ricardo   6.2:66
Dehio, Georg 1850-1932 7.2:19, 26
del Moral, Enrique 1906-1986 6.2:75-85
Diller, Elizabeth   6.1:85-97
Doehler, Peter   3.1:27,29
Doménech i Muntaner, Lluis 1850-1923 3.2:13-14,17,20
Duran, Agustí 1875-1975 3.2:21
Eliot, Charles William 1834-1926 3.1:79
Engels, Friedrich 1820-1895 3.1:27
Fangen, Ronald 1895-1946 7.2:25
Fant, Erik 1889-1954 7.2:54
Fett, Harry 1875-1962 7.2:iv-v, 19-31, 34
Fischer, Gerhard   7.2:11
Fitch, James Marston 1909-2000 4.2:iii-iv
Florensa, Adolf 1889-1968 3.2:16-17,21
Foucault, Michel 1926-1984 3.1:vi; 3.2:56
Frampton, Kenneth 1930- 2.1:34; 4.1:5
Friedrich, Caspar David 1774-1840 7.2:3
Gahn, Wolter 1890-1985 7.2:122
Garcia, Jose Villagran 1901-1982 6.2:75-85, 89-102
Gaudí, Antoni 1852-1926 3.2:14,17
Génard, Pieter   3.2:50-51
Giedion, Siegfried 1888-1968 4.1:7-8; 4.2:1-10
Giovanoni, Gustavo 1873-1947 3.2:18-19; 4.1:45
Godelier, Maurice 1934- 4.2:32
Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1749-1832 7.2:2
Goodwin, Philip   3.1:61
Graffunder, Heinz 1926-1994 4.1:17,22
Gramsci, Antonio 1891-1937 2.2:26
Grégoire, Henri 1750-1831 1.2:1
Grimshaw, Nicholas 1939- 2.2:50
Gunnar Asplund 1885-1920 7.2: 122
Hämer, Gustav 1922- 3.1:31
Haswell Green, Andrew 1820-1903 4.1:70-71
Hazelius, Arthur 1833-1901 7.2:42,46
Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich 1770-1831 4.1:60
Heidegger, Martin 1889-1976 4.1:x
Herder, Johann Gottfried 1744-1803 7.2:24
Hugh of Saint Victor 1096-1141 3.2:69-70
Hulten, Pontus 1924-2006 3.2:38
Husserl, Edmund 1859-1938 4.1:x,59
Ibsen, Henrik 1828-1906 7.2:41
Janson, Sverker 1908-2005 7.2:118
Jeanneret, Charles-Édouard (Le Corbusier) 1887-1965 3.1:59-63; 3.2:4; 4.2:1-10; 7.2:11
Jencks, Charles 1939- 3.1:79
Jokilehto, Jukka   3.1:viii,x
Judd, Donald 1928-1994 2.2:ii,v,vi
Kahlo, Guillermo 1872-1941 6.1:54-61
Kent, Charles 1880-1938 7.2:25
Kiley, Dan 1912-2004 1.2; 2.1:50-57
King Gustaf VI Adolf 1882-1979 7.2:94
Kjaer, Nils 1870-1924 7.2:25
Koht, Halfdan 1873-1965 7.2:24
Krier, Leon 1946- 3.2:62
Laderman Ukeles, Mierle 1939- 4.1:iv,v
Lanciani, Rodolfo 1845-1929 2.2:2
Lazda, Paul   3.1:53
Leach, Neil   3.1:49
Leao, Carlos 1903-1983 6.2:21
Lemaire, Raymond 1921-1997 3.1:2
Leys, Henri 1815-1869 3.2:50-51
Lipe, William   3.1:ix,41-43
Longhi, Roberto 1890-1970 4.1:32,38,40
Longstreth, Richard 1946- 1.2:5
Louis Philippe I 1773-1850 7.2:36
Ludwig I of Hesse 1753-1830 7.2:3
Lundberg, Eric 1895-1969 5.2:23
Lundberg, Erik 1895-1969 7.2:60
Lynch, Kevin 1918-1984 1.1:56-57; 2.2:48
Macody Lund, Julius Fredrik 1863-1943 7.2:9-11
Madsen, Stephan Tschudi 1923-2007 7.2:12
Mariscat, Federico   6.2:59-60
Marx, Karl 1818-1883 3.1:27
Mathsson, Bruno   7.2:vii, insert
Matta-Clark, Gordon 1943-1978 3.1:iv,v
Mauss, Marcel 1872-1950 4.2:32
McAneny, George   6.2:105
McHarg, Ian 1920-2001 2.2:48
Meiss, Millard 1904-1975 4.1:34,41
Menéndez Pidal, Luis 1896-1975 5.2:46
Minutoli, Alexander Freiherr von 1806-1887 7.2:4
Moe, Moltke 1859-1913 7.2:24
Moser, Karl 1860-1936 4.1:6
Moser, Werner 1896-1970 4.1:6
Moses, Robert 1888-1981 1.1:20,24,27-28,32-33; 4.1:65-72
Mumford, Lewis 1895-1990 4.1:6; 4.2:57
Munch, Peter Andreas 1810-1863 7.2:3
Nansen, Fridtjof 1861-1930 7.2:24
Napoleon III 1808-1873 7.2:36
Nicolaysen, Nicolay 1817-1911 7.2:5-6
Niemeyer, Oscar 1907- 3.1:59-67; 6.2:19,22-23
Nordhagen, Olaf 1883-1925 7.2:8-11
Offner, Richard 1889-1965 4.1:34,41
Olmsted Jr., Frederick Law 1822-1903 3.1:78-79
Olsson, Martin 1886-1921 7.2:39
Passonneau, Joseph   2.2:48
Perrault, Claude 1613-1688 2.2:53-71
Perrin, Carmen 1953- 4.1:vii
Peters, Günter   3.1:30
Philippot, Paul   3.1:2; 4.1:45,52-54
Pliny the Elder 23-79 4.2:35-37
Pope-Hennessy, John 1913-1994 4.1:x,35-40
Primo de Rivera, Miguel 1870-1930 3.2:16
Prouvé, Jean 1901-1984 2.1:30-38
Puig i Cadafalch, Josep 1867-1956 3.2:17
Quaroni, Ludovico 1911-1987 3.2:1
Ragnar Ostberg 1866-1965 7.2:54
Rawert, Jorgen Henrik 1751-1823 7.2:38
Riegl, Alois 1858-1905 1.1:75-81; 2.2:76; 3.1:ix,2,42-43; 3.2:20,42,61,62; 4.1:48,52; 7.2:v,19, 26-27
Rockefeller, Nelson 1908-1979 1.1:31
Rogers, Ernesto Nathan 1909-1969 4.2:65
Rolle, Horst   3.1:31
Rowe, Colin 1920-1999 3.1:79
Rucabado, Ramon 1884-1966 3.2:14
Ruskin, John 1819-1900 3.2:19; 4.1:50,52,53,76; 7.2:5, 19
Samuelsson, Ulrik   7.2:120, 121
Sandoval, Mark 1952- 3.1:v
Sant'Elia, Antonio 1888-1916 1.1:31
Sargent, Charles Sprague 1841-1927 3.1:77
Sarmiento, Domingo F. 1811-1888 6.2:4
Sars, Ernst 1835-1917 7.2:24
Sartre, Jean-Paul 1905-1980 7.2:1,14
Scarpa, Carlo 1906-1978 4.2:65; 6.1:39-48
Schinkel, Karl Friedrich 1781-1841 7.2:3
Schirmer, Heinrich Ernst 1814-1887 7.2:4,5,6
Schmaida, Heinz   3.1:30
Scofidio, Ricardo   6.1:85-97
Shah, Muhammad Reza 1919-1980 2.1:23
Sitte, Camillo 1843-1903 3.2:18
Smithson, Robert 1938-1973 3.2:v
Sorkin, Michael 1948- 2.1:4
Stovel, Herb   3.1:2
Sundahl, Erik 1890-1974 7.2:122
Tafuri, Manfredo 1935-1994 3.1:79; 3.2:ix,1-7
Thiis, Helge 1897-1972 7.2:2,11,12
Thommesen, Rolf 1879-1939 7.2:25
Ulbricht, Walter 1893-1973 3.1:37-38
Van der Rohe, Mies 1886-1969 2.2:viii,17-23,50; 4.1:vi
Vasari, Giorgio 1511-1574 3.1:v,vi; 4.1:46
Vinje, Aasmund Olavsson 1817-1880 7.2:5
Vint, Thomas 1894-1967 3.1:78
Viollet-le-Duc, Eugéne-Emmanuel 1814-1879 3.2:xii,17,18,19,55-63; 4.1:50,53,76; 7.2:35
Vitruvius Pollio, Marcus c.80 - 15 BCE 2.2:60
Vöge, Wilhelm 1868-1952 7.2:26
Walker, Peter   3.1:79
Wall, Jeff 1946- 4.1:v,vi
Weber, Samuel 1940- 3.2:60
Weibull, Lauritz 1873-1960 5.2:22
Weiss, Roberto 1906-1969 2.2:2
Wertsch, James V.   7.2:21
Wilde, Kurt   3.1:31
Winses, A.H. 1889-1972 7.2:25
Wölfflin, Heinrich 1864-1945 7.2:26
Wright, Frank Lloyd 1867-1959 4.1:6
Yanez, Enrique   6.2:60
Žižek, Slavoj 1949- 3.2:61

 

Concept Volume.Number:Page
adaptive reuse 1.1:48; 2.1:31; 3.1:75; 3.2:iii
age-value 3.2:20; 4.1:48,53; 7.2:25-27
antiquarianism 7.2:116
anastylosis 3.2:37
appropriateness 2.1:64; 3.1:37,41
architectural heritage 4.2:63, 7.2:99
architecture of memory 4.1:24
archive 2.2:11-14; 3.1:54; 3.2:55,67; 7.2:29
artificiality 1.1:83
Arts and Crafts (Sweden) 7.2:55-57
authenticity 1.1:48,87; 1.2:2-3,43; 2.1:ix,13,17,19,23,28; 2.2:viii,ix,30,75,76; 3.1:2,6,8,11,21,37,41,44,45,59; 3.2:x,5,11,15,21,37,38,43; 4.1:iii,vi,23,24,46,48,53,54,61
authorship 1.1:71; 1.2:67; 2.2:53-56, 68; 3.1:v,vi
beauty 2.2:63,65; 7.2:1
bureaucracy 7.2:iii-vii
camp 2.1:28
canon 7.2:29
character 3.1:63,73,76; 3.2:x,19
classicism 7.2:24-25, 36
cleaning 4.1:iii-viii
colonial architecture (colonialism) 6.2:5,20-22,33
commemorative value 3.2:v
compensation 4.1:46-55
comprehensive renewal 3.1:32
conservation 4.2:65; 5.2:37,50; 6.2:79; 7.2:7, 19, 26-27
constructive destruction 2.1:3
context 1.2:vi-viii; 2.2:48-49,59; 3.1:4,6,7,62,67,69,70; 3.2:x,xi,26,29,37,38,43; 4.1:50,62,68
context (cultural) 4.1:5,13,49,55
context (historical) 4.1:51,68-69; 7.2: 118-119; 7.2:99-101
continuity 2.1:19,27; 3.2:68; 7.2: v, 25-29, 34-46
continuity (continuum), flow 3.1:2,6,7,52,60
continuity (historic) 1.2:36; 2.2:78-79
copy 2.2:77,80-81
cosmopolitanism 6.2:1-3,6,12
counter-heritage 3.2:x,xi,25,26,29,30,31,32
counterculture 7.2:107-121
crisis 1.1:59
critical interpretation 4.1:46,55
critical reconstruction 4.1:21
critical regionalism 4.1:5
cultural capital 7.2:28, 31
cultural diversity 1.2:17,48; 3.1:2,3,8
cultural heritage 1.1:57-62; 1.2:43,44,45,49
cultural heritage conservation 2.2:1,7
cultural heritage resource 1.2:43-44
cultural identity 6.2:1
cultural landscape 1.1:37; 1.2:27; 3.1:1,5,79
cultural memory 7.2:29
cultural resource management 1.2:47; 2.1:45
cultural resource values (associative/symbolic, aesthetic, informative, economic) 3.1:42,44,45
cultural significance 1.2:25,28,31,43
culturally bound value 7.2:1
culture 6.2:89-90; 7.2:20
curatorial management 1.2:47
deconstruction 1.2:69-72
decontextualization 6.1:5-7
dégagement 2.2:69-70
demolition 2.2:1,2,5,37,39; 3.2:xii,14-15,19,36,46,49,50,51; 4.1:ix,1,2,21,23,26; 7.2: 101; 7.2:113-118
demolition (periodic) 3.1:28
designation 7.2:39
destruction 2.1:1-2; 2.2:1-2; 3.1:ix,x,12,18,21,26,29,30,31,54,60; 3.2:vii,x,25,26,27,28,29,30,32,42,48,51; 4.1:26
deterioration and loss 4.1:46-55
difference 7.2:115
dilettantism 7.2:34
displacement 2.1:6-7
documentation 1.1:91; 2.1:iii-vi, 2.2.11,21; 3.2:6,46; 7.2:20
doubling 2.2:55,59-70
environmentalism 7.2:108, 110, 113-114, 120
epoché 4.1:59-62
essence 1.2:67-68; 2.1:56; 3.1:74; 4.1:xi,59-62
everyday 7.2:116,120
experience 2.1:71
folly 3.1:12
forgetting 3.2:66,71
fragment(ation) 2.1:5,6,8,37; 2.2:2,6,29; 3.1:11,12,17,19,20,21,44,61; 3.2:x,xi,11,19,46,52,68
future anterior 3.2:55,60-63
gaze 2.2:18,21
gesamkunstwerk 3.2:59
given moment (moment donné) 3.2:44
global heritage 4.2:14,22,26
globalization 2.1:xi,67-71, 2.2.31,80; 3.1:3; 4.1:76
heritage (cultural or national) 1.2:47; 2.1:ix, xi, xii, 13, 14,18,19,20,25,26,77; 2.2:viii,ix,25,28,31,80; 3.1:ix,xi,1,2,3,4,6,8,9,59,70; 3.2:xiii,1-7,25,26,29,31,32,46,52; 4.1:49,55, 6.2.1; 7.2:1,20,26,30,34-46, 108-109,116,118-120
heritage inflation 2.2:75
heritage management 1.2:47
heritage resource 3.1:4,8
historic present 2.2:25
historic provocation 2.2:iv,vi
historic use 1.1:23
historic-value 3.2:20; 7.2:26-27
historical determinism 1.1:80
historical equivalence 7.2:9,12
historical narrative 4.1:74
historicism 1.2:56;4.2:52
historicity 4.1:60,62
historiography 6.2:91 - 92
honky-tonk 1.1:17
iconicity 2.1:15,19
identity 1.2:60; 3.1:vii, 53,55; 3.2:x,11,26,31,70
identity (cultural or national) 2.1:ix,x,13,14,19,23,31,64,69
identity (cultural) 4.1:4,14,22,23
identity (national) 2.2:80
imageability 4.1:9
imitation 2.2:75,76,80; 3.1:62
immeuble 2.1:7
in situ 6.1:5-7,19
individuality 7.2:115
incompleteness 1.2:vi, vii, viii; 3.1:v,vii
inherent unity (completeness, wholeness,oneness) 4.1:xi,46,50,51,61,62
intangible cultural heritage 1.2:20; 3.1:1,7
integrity 2.1:55; 2.2:viii,39; 3.1:7; 3.2:37,41; 4.1:iii,3,4,46,51,60,61
intention 3.2:37,42
intentional fallacy 4.1:51
interiority 1.2:68,69,71,72
interpretation 1.1:69;1.2:60,65; 2.1:iv,x; 2.2:17; 3.1:37,42
intervention 4.2:63 - 67
invisible urbanism 6.2:24
Kunst und Wunderkammer 4.1:24
Kunstwollen (age value, art-historical value, use value) 3.1:43,44,45
lacuna(e) 4.1:ix,x,xi,49,57-63
landscape 7.2:37
libido operandi 3.2:7
liminality (interstitiality) 1.2:53, 56
living monuments 7.2:91, 94, 96-97
loss 1.1:81
luxury 4.1:7,8
material integrity 3.2:v
mathematical proportions in architecture 7.2:10-11
meaning 1.2:59
meaninglessness 3.2:vi,vii
media 2.1:x,69
memorial architecture 4.2:52
memory 1.2:63; 2.1:71; 3.2:xii,xiii,25,31,55,66-72; 4.1:50,68,72
memory infrastructure 6.2:104,107
memory value 1.1:76-77; 7.2:26
mobility 3.2:19
modernism 6.2:1,10-12,21,82; 7.2:v
modernity 2.1:28; 6.1:20,28,31-33; 6.2:1
modernization 6.2:1-2,4,33; 7.2:v, 107-121
monument 1.2:60,68; 2.1:ix, xi, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7,8,14; 2.2:3,4,5,30; 3.1:2,59,61; 4.2:51
monument, intentional vs. unintentional 1.1:75-80; 3.2:62
monumentality 1.1:83; 3.1:52; 4.1:6,7
moral depreciation 3.1:32
museum 6.1:1,4-10,15-16; 7.2:42
mutability 2.1:8,9
myth 1.2:60,63
myth of originality 2.1:vi
nachtraglichkeit 3.2:60,61
narrative 1.2:59,60,63
narrative template 7.2:21-22
national heritage 5.2:42; 6.1:3,33; 7.2:1-15; 7.2:20-25,
national identity 1.2:44; 6.2:3,60,69,71; 7.2:2-4
National Romanticism (Sweden) 7.2:53
national-popular 2.2:26,28
natural destruction (entropy) 3.2:v
nature, conservation of 7.2:43-44
neglect 2.1:31; 3.1:21
New Urbanism 4.1:21,23
nostalgia 1.2:26,27,68; 2.1:75; 2.2:75,76,77; 3.1:43; 3.2:5,62,67,68; 4.1:22; 7.2:115
oblivion 3.2:66,72; 4.1:x
obsolescence 3.1:25,27,28,31,32; 4.1:26,52,53
open-air museum 3.2:14; 7.2:vi,42
origin 1.2:68; 2.1:14,28; 2.2:53,56; 3.2:56,57; 4.1:x,xi,53,69
original form 3.1:11,12,14,17,73; 4.1:iii,vii,52
original intent 2.1:51; 3.1:iii,11; 4.1:vi,xi,48,49,51,52,55
originality 2.2:53; 3.1:vi; 7.2:52
ownership 2.1:ix
palimpsest 3.2:70
parallelism 2.2:55,60
parataxis (indirect) 2.1:35
pathological preservation 3.2:vii
patina 3.2:15; 4.1:51,52
patrimony (cultural or national) 2.1:x,13; 3.2:6
patriotism 7.2:45, 46
People's Homes (Sweden) 7.2:91
period room 3.2:xi,42
photography 6.1:51 - 65,81,98-102
picturesque 2.1:5
planning 7.2:107-121
postmodernism 4.2:51
preventative registration 3.1:60
pride of place 1.2:37
property / "cultural resource" 2.1:41,42,43,44,45,46
protest 7.2:107-121
public-private partnerships 7.2:iii
purposeful destruction 1.1:60
quality of place 2.1:42,46,47
reconstruction 1.1.; 2.1:15; 2.2:4,76,78; 3.1:ix,12,13,15,16,21,29,30,37,40; 3.2:26,37,38,39,42,45,46,48; 4.1:15,20,21,22,23,24,25,61; 7.2:5-12
reinterpretation 2.2:22
relational space 2.1:71
relic 3.1:21; 3.2:29,42
relocation 3.2:19
remodeling 3.1:31
repatriation 2.1:13,20
reperfecting 4.1:60
replica(tion) 1.1:83; 2.2:76;3.2:38,39,43
resources, monuments as 3.1:41
restauro critico 3.1:4
restauro scientifico 7.2:95
restitution 2.1:13,19
restoration 3.1:3,4,19; 4.1:31,51,53; 4.2:43-45; 2.1:7,35,55;2.2:3,4,28; 3.2:xii,1,5,17,21,55,56,60,62,63; 4.1:50; 7.2:1-15, 19, 26-27
reuse value 2.2:49; 7.2:119-120
revivalism 2.1:24
romanticism 7.2:24, 36
ruin(s) 2.1:1,3,23,35; 3.1:17,18,21; 7.2:113-115
sacred place 2.1:42,48
scenic views (viewsheds) 3.1:67
selective demolition 1.1:48,50; 7.2: 79
selective destruction 2.1:5
self-replication 2.2:72
shared cultural memory 4.1:22
significance 1.2:46; 4.1:48,51; 3.2:v,6,52; 3.1:55
situationism 2.1:v
slum clearance 7.2:39, 110
social development 1.1:59-60,62-63
social history 1.1:91
specificity 7.2:115
spectacle 2.1:x,7,8,23,26,27; 3.1:iii; 4.1:26
stylistic analysis 7.2:25-26
stylistic unity 4.1:50; 6.2:34-35
Swedish local heritage movement 7.2:90
symbol 1.2:33; 3.2:xi,11,47; 4.1:13,23
symbolic intentions 4.1:23
symbolic meaning 4.1:19,20
symbolic value 2.2:7,69
symbolism 3.1:54
symbology 3.2:20
symmetry 2.2:55,59,63,67
synaesthesia 3.2:59
taking 4.2:31-34
technological determinism 1.1:48
teleology (telos) 1.2:iv
temporal anachronism, dissonance 3.2:60,61
temporality 3.2:xii,58,59,61,63
thinness 1.1:55
time 1.2:2,3; 2.2:3; 6.1:95
tourism 1.1:58; 7.2:vii, 13; 7.2:73
transparency 1.1:55; 4.1:16
trickle-down impact model 1.1:61
uniformity 3.2:15
unity 2.1:xi,53,54,68; 2.2:61,65; 3.2:x,18,56; 4.1:51,53
universal value 3.1:5
urban renewal 1.1:25,66; 2.2:37; 3.2:26,27,45; 4.1:66; 7.2:107-121
use value 7.2:26-27
utopia 1.1:65
value 4.1:48,51; 7.2:1,13
vandalism 4.1:48,51; 7.2:1,13
variation 7.2:115
ville-musee (city-museum) 2.1:4,5,6; 3.2:19
Volkshaus 4.1:16
wear 2.2:3
weathering 4.1:51,52,54,55; 7.2:vii
welfare state 7.2:iii-vii, 31, 108, 116, 119, 109
world of life 4.1:59,60
zeitgeist 1.2:iv

 

Name of Law or Charter Year in Effect Volume.Number:Page
Artistic Treasure Conservation Law 1926 5.2:35
Athens Charter 1931 6.2:59
Brest-Litovsk Peace Treaty 1918 3.1:50
Burra Charter 1979 3.1:3
Commission for Art and Monuments 1790 1.2:1
Declaration of Independence 1776 3.1:79
Department of Regional Antiquarians 1938 7.2:93
Federal Historic Preservation Tax Credit 1913 7.2:36
French Law of 31 December 1913 1976 2.2:47
Governor's decree (Federal District Decree 10.829) 1987 3.1:65-66
ICOMOS Charter on the Built Vernacular Heritage 1999 3.1:6
International Charter for the Conservation and Restoration of Monuments and Sites (The Venice Charter) 1964 2.2:75; 3.1:1,2,3,25; 4.1:53
Krakow Charter   4.2:63,67
Land Ordinance of 1785 1785 3.1:79
Law of June 12, 1941 protecting prehistoric monuments in Sweden 1941 7.2:42
Ludwig I of Hesse's decree on the protection of historic monuments 1818 7.2:3
Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact 1939 3.1:50
Multiple Resource District 1991 2.2:38
Nara Document on Authenticity 1994 3.1:2,3,4
National Antiquities Act of 1906 1906 1.2:44
National Environmental Policy Act 1969 2.1:42
National Heritage Board of Sweden 1938 7.2:87
National Historic Preservation Act 1966 1.2:37,44; 2.1:42; 2.2:41,45
National Park Service Organic Act 1916 1.2:44
National Register of Historic Places 1966 1.1:25; 2.1:x; 2.2:47
Norwegian Constitution 1814 7.2:2,4
Russian-Latvian Peace Treaty 1920 3.1:50
Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings (Anti-Scrape) 1877 1.2:1
Spanish Decree on the Protection of Castles 1949 5.2:59-60
Spanish Law Regarding Defense, Conservation, and Expansion of the National Artistic Treasure 1933-1985 5.2:53-58
Traditional Cultural Properties (TCPs) 1992 2.1:41-48
U.S. Historic Sites Act 1935 7.2:v
UNESCO Proclamation of Masterpieces of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity 1997 3.1:1
UNESCO Universal Declaration on Cultural Diversity 2002 3.1:1
US Secretary of the Interior's Standards of Preservation 1983 3.1:3
Venice Charter 1964 6.2:69,81,102
Workers' Educational Association of Sweden 1877 7.2:90

 

Project Name Year Volume.Number:Page
"B" Reactor   5.2:1-16
"Spiral Jetty" 1970 3.2:v
"Zweifel" Inscription (Lars Rambert)   4.1:14
23 de Enero 1958 2.1:59-65
Air Force Academy Cadet Area 1954-1963 1.2:32-41
Ajuntament (City Hall)   3.2:19
Alhambra   4.2:44-48; 5.2:46
Altar of Zeus of Pergamon 2nd C BCE (1990s: restitution) 2.1:13
Altes Museum 1830 4.1:16
Amiriya   5.2:63-69
Antwerp enceinte 16th Century 3.2:45-52
Arc de Triomphe du Faubourg Saint Antoine 17th C 2.2:69
Arch of Titus c.82 AD (1823: intervention) 4.1:47
Arnimplatz   3.1:ix,29-30
Askerhus Fortress   7.2:40
Badger-Two Medicine Roadless Area in Montana   2.1:43
Ballard Estate Area 19th C 1.2:29
Bankside Power Station (Tate Modern) 1947-1963 (1994-2000: renovation) 1.1:52
Barcelona Cathedral   3.2:12
Barcelona Pavilion 1929 (1983-1986: reconstruction) 2.2:vii,16-23; 4.1:vi
Baroque Armory 1700 4.1:16
Bear Butte (1961: became state park) 1.2:17
Beirut's Central District   2.2:78
Benjamin Franklin House 1780s (1976-1978: "ghost structure" reconstruction) 4.2:iv-vi
Berlin Wall (Antifaschistischer Schutzwall) 1961 (1989: demolition; 1995: documentation center) 3.1:37-40
birthplace of Domingo F. Sarmiento   6.2:4
Blackhead's House 14th Century (1999: reconstruction) 3.1:51
Borre burial mounds 10th century 7.2:43,44
BPLS 1937-8 2.1:31,35
Brancusi sculpture gallery (Palais de Tokyo) 1962-1977 (1977-1990: first reconstruction, Musée national d'art moderne; 1997-present: The New Studio Brancusi, Centre Pompidou) 3.2:37-43
Brasilia 1960 3.2:6, 6.2.25,28
Brasilia (Pilot Plan)   3.1:x,59,61,63
Brazilian Pavilion for the New York World's Fair   3.1:59,62
Brekke Manor   7.2:41
Bronx River Parkway   6.2:106
Bryggen Hanseatic wharf 15th century-18th century 7.2:29, 30, 40
Cabildo   6.2:4-5,7-9
Canberra   3.2:6
Cases dels Canonges   3.2:19
cast-iron loft building 1870 2.2:ii,v,vi
Catalan City Hall and Generalitat, Barcino ruins (Barri Gótic) (1908: preservation) 3.2:x,11-22
Catehino (temporary residence of Juscelino Kubitschek)   3.1:66
Cathedral 1905 4.1:16
Cathedral of the Redeemer   2.2:79
Central University of Venezuela 1942-late 1960s 2.1:60
Chandigarh   3.2:6
Chateau de Fontainebleau 16th century 7.2:36
Chateau de Malmaison   7.2:36
Chicago Modern social housing   2.1:59,65
Christiana (old Oslo) town hall   7.2:40
City Hall Park 1811 6.2:105-106
City of Bath (Royal Bath Spa)   2.2:50
Cloth Hall at Ypres   2.2:78
Cologne Cathedral 1248-1880 7.2:3
Colosseum 72-80 BCE 2.2:vii,viii,1-7
Coney Island 1840s  
Cross-Bronx Expressway 1948-1963 1.1:25-30,32-33
Crown Hall 1950-56 2.2:50
Culture and Convention Center (KKL) 1999 4.1:9
Danish governor's mansion 17th century (altered 18th century) 7.2:25
Dankwarderode Castle (1880s, restoration) 7.2:66-68
Diego Portales University   3.1:xi,69,70,74,76
Drayton Hall 1738-1742 2.2:50
Elgin Marbles 447–438 BCE 2.1:14
Exeter Elm Street Dining Hall 1967-1972 1.2:51-57
Faculty of Architecture, Art and Design building mid-1990s 3.1:69,72
Fallingwater 1935 1.2:52
Farnsworth House   4.1:vi
Fort McHenry 1794-1806 1.2:46
Four Corners: Splitting (1974)   3.1:v
Fredrikstad   7.2:40,41,42
Frösakull   7.2:insert
Gamla Stan (Old Town)   7.2:38
Garriga i Bachs   3.2:19
Glass House 1949 1.2:58-65, 4.1.vi
Gripsholm   5.2:27-29
Guell Palace   4.1:51
Guggenheim 1959 3.2:6
Guggenheim Bilbao   3.2:iii-iv, 4.1.9
Hafrsfjord   7.2:43
Hanseatic House (Antwerp City Museum)   3.2:45,52
Hartford Wash (Mierle Laderman Ukeles)   4.1:iv,v
Haus am Checkpoint Charlie Museum, Hildebrandt Memorial 1963, 2004 3.1:ix,37,39,42,45
Heddal stave church, Norway 13th century (restorations 1849-51, 1950s) 7.2:5
High Line rail (High Line park)   3.2:iv,v
Hildesheim Cathedral (1904, restoration) 7.2:73
Hohenzollern Schloss (Third Castle) 1850-1867 2.2:78
Holiday Bowl and Coffee Shop 1957 (2003: demolition) 1.2:6-8,11-12
Hotel de Cabre ca. 1535 (1954: relocation) 2.1:6
Hotel Franciscou (1946: collapse) 2.1:3
House-studios of Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo   6.1:51-65
impasse Rosin No. 11 (Brancusi studio) (1961: demolition) 3.2:35
Independence House   6.2:5,7
Jackson's Mill State 4-H Camp 1921-22 1.1:37
Jesuit Church of São Miguel   3.1:61
Johnson Wax Building   4.1:8
Kala Ghoda 18th Century 1.2:29
Katarina Church (Stockholm) (1990, restoration) 7.2:61-63
Kongresshaus (site of existing Tonhalle) 1936 4.1:ix,1-9
Kulturhuset 1971-1974 7.2:112
Kungsträdgården   7.2:107-108, 120-121
La Plaza de las Tres Culturas 1963 6.2:66-69
Law Court building   3.2:45
Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts 1959 2.1:50-57; 6.1:85-96
Louvre, east facade 17th Century 2.2:52-72
Manhattan Project/ atomic heritage sites   5.2:2,9
Marseille (1946: reconstruction) 2.1:4,5
Medicine Lake Highlands   2.1:44
Menier Chocolate Factory (Nestle France Administrative Headquarters) 1825 (1996) 1.1:52
Metz Cathedral (1904, restoration) 7.2:71-74
Mietskasernen   3.1:26
Ministry of Education & Health   3.1:59,60
Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Bauakademie reconstruction) (1995: demolition) 4.1:17,18
Monument to the Partisan Woman   6.1:39-48
Morning Cleaning (Jeff Wall)   4.1:vi
Mount Vernon   3.1:77
Mumbai Historic Fort Area 18th C 1.2:27
Musée de l'Orangerie   3.2:46
Museum of the Missions in Sao Miguel 1937 6.2:16
National Cathedral   3.1:66
Nidaros Cathedral, Trondheim, Norway 11th-13th centuries (restoration/reconstruction 1869-2001) 7.2:1-15
Nine Mile Canyon   2.1:44
North Kenwood (neighborhood) (1993: designated Chicago landmark) 2.2:35,37
Norwegian burial grounds   6.1:1-16
Notre-Dame Cathedral   3.2:59
Nuevos Ministerios 1933 (2001-2003) 1.2:vi
Old Riga   3.1:54
Orebro   5.2:25-27
Oslo Cathedral 1697 (altered 1850s) 7.2:27
Ouro Preto Grand Hotel   3.1:61,67, 6.2.21-24,35,37-38
Oval Maidan 19th C? 1.2:27
Pagoda Tower   2.2:79
Palacio del Rey   3.2:19
Palacio Kursaal for San Sebastián 1999 4.1:9
Palast der Republik (Palace of the Republic), former site of the Hohenzollern Baroque Castle (1973: reconstruction of Baroque Castle, Humboldt Forum) 4.1:ix,13-26
Palazzo Farnese   3.2:4
Palazzo Te   3.2:6
Pegu palace   2.2:79
Pelourinho (historic district) 1700s 2.2:29
Pergamon Room, State Museum of Berlin 1930 (1907) 2.1:16,17
Persepolis '71 1971 2.1:23
Petroglyph National Monument   2.1:43
Pier D (Television City proposal)   3.2:iii-vii
Plaça del Rei   3.2:19
Plaça Sant Jaume   3.2:12
Place des Victoires   7.2:36
Place Vendome   7.2:36
Poble Espanyol   3.2:16
Poitou (1890-1894) 7.2:68
Prada Flagship Store 2001 1.2:vii
Pruitt-Igoe 1954-55 2.1:65
Red Riflemen's Museum (Museum of the Occupation of Latvia) 1968 (1990s) 3.1:ix,49-56
Restoration (Jeff Wall)   4.1:v,vi
Rosenkrantz Tower, Bergen, Norway 13th century (expansion/modification 1560s, restoration 1850s) 7.2:5
Royal copper works, Norway 17th century 7.2:29, 30, 31, 40-41
Royal Stud 1901 4.1:16
Salto De Agua Metro Station 1969 (2003) 1.1:65
San Iu   3.2:19
Sant Felip Neri   3.2:19
São Francisco de Assis Church 1942 3.1:60
Skansen 1891 7.2:vi
Snipetorp   7.2:41
Solar do Unhao (Museum of Popular Art of Bahia) 16th Century (19th Century: renovation) 2.2:27,28
Soviet Palace in Moscow 1923-34 4.1:17
St. John's Chapel 1807 6.2:105
Staatsratsgebäude (embedded with Castle's Portal IV)   4.1:17,19
Stadtkrone 1919 4.1:17
Stafford House (Splitting) 1939 3.1:v
Steel Drum Factory (SESC-Pompéia, Social Service Trade Assocation)   2.2:29
Stiklestad Church 12th century 7.2:43,45
Strandvagen (demolition, 1950) 7.2:99
Stuart Company building 1958 1.2:8-12
The Medicine Wheel   2.1:47-48
Trenton Bathhouse 1955 1.2:51-52
Trinity Test monument   5.2:8-9
Tropical House of Brazzaville 1951 2.1:31-38
Tugendhat House 1928-1930 4.2:30,34-38; 2.2:17,20
UNESCO Headquarters Project   3.1:59
Union Iron Works (UIW) / Bethlehem Steel shipyard 1883-1941 1.1:48
Uppsala -1950 7.2: 99
Uppsala Castle 16th Century (1950: restoration) 5.2:23-25
Versailles/Galerie des Glaces addition 1678-1684 2.2:70; 7.2:36
Vieux Paris   3.2:16
Vieux Port Marseilles   3.2:19
Villa Savoye 1929 4.2:2-5,8-9
Voie suisse (Swiss Path, Carmen Perrin)   4.1:vii
Vreta Kloster (1915-1917, restoration) 7.2:53
Weeksville 1840s-1880s (2005: restoration, 2009-2012: Education & Cultural Arts Building) 1.2:17
West Berlin plan (Behutsame Stadterneuerung/"Careful Urban Renewal")   3.1:31
Westminster Abbey   6.2:100
Williamsburg (Colonial Williamsburg) 1699-1780 (1926: restoration/reconstruction) 4.2:iii
Xiyanglou (European Palaces), incl. Xieqiqu, Haiyantang, Yuanyingguan Fangwaiguan   3.1:11,14,15
Yiheyuan (New Summer Palace)   3.1:11,16
Yuanmingyuan   3.1:ix
Yuanmingyuan (Garden of Perfect Brightness, Xiyanglou Relics Park) (1980: preservation/restoration) 3.1:11-21
Zeche Zollverein XII Coalmining Complex (German Design Center) (1992-1997) 1.1:50,52