Leonardo: From Light to Dark

By Jan Baetens

From Light to Dark (Timothy Edensor)The wealth of sources and documents one finds in From Light to Dark is one of the great merits of the book. Another one would be the author’s fundamental honesty and the desire to respect as much as possible the ideas and intentions of the authors and artists (in the field of urban design) he is discussing.

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