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Perhaps as early as next year, in the third season of .
At some point, in other words, we ought to expect that the post-postmodern theorists of the twenty-first century will, in the most popular of terms, declare their cultural hegemony.
Subsequently, he worked in Israel, with Middlesex County Council and Douglas Stephen and Partners (1961–66) in London, during which time he was also a visiting tutor at the Royal College of Art (1961–64), tutor at the Architectural Association (1961–63) and Technical Editor of the journal Architectural Design (AD) (1962–65).
While working for Douglas Stephen and Partners he designed in 1960-62 the Corringham Building, an 8-storey block of flats in Bayswater, London, the architecture of which is distinctively modernist; in 1998 it became protected as a listed building.
Frampton achieved great prominence (and influence) in architectural education with his essay "Towards a Critical Regionalism" (1983) — though the term had already been coined by Alexander Tzonis and Liane Lefaivre.
In this paper he mounts a criticism toward globalisation, mass consumer culture and the impact that this has had on architecture.
is not a whole lot more sprightly, but I’ve yet to come across any evidence that our contemporary popular culture has identified postmodernism’s displacement, no sign that we have arrived at the era of the -postmodern (as Jeffrey Nealon’s recent book has proposed to call the present and its “cultural logic of just-in-time capitalism”).
But that time will come, if not today, then soon enough.