Notes on the complexities of Post-Modernism. - The Fortnightly Review
Charles Jencks: In architecture, the movement has returned after the Neo-Modernism of the 1990s, in every way but by name. The world is now saturated by the confused labels of Modernism and Post-Modernism, but the streams of concerns to which these labels used to refer are continuing. That is apparent in architecture with the digital ornament (a leading movement), the iconic building (with its many marvellous and woeful examples), and the hybrid “time buildings” (that mix past, present and future architectural codes).