First printed in 1966, and because translated into 16 languages, this exceptional Guide has turn into an crucial report of architectural literature. A “mild manifesto for a nonstraightforward Structure,” Venturi’s Complexity and Contradiction in Architecture expresses in essentially the most compelling and authentic phrases the postmodern revolt towards the purism of modernism. 300 and fifty architectural pictures function ancient comparisons and light up the writer’s concepts on developing and experiencing Structure. Complexity and Contradiction in Architecture was once the winner of the Vintage Guide Award on the AIA’s 7th Annual World Structure Guide Awards.