Introduction : the racialization of architectural character in the long nineteenth century -- part I. The Aryan character of Alpine architecture -- Campfires in the salon : Viollet-le-Duc and the modernization of the Aryan hut -- Beyond the primitive hut : Gottfried Semper and the material embodiment of Germanic character -- part II . The whiteness of American architecture -- The search for an American architecture : Louis Sullivan and the physiognomic translation of American character -- When public housing was white : William Lescaze and the Americanization of the International Style -- Conclusion : race, nature, and nation in postwar American architecture.
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