Kenneth Frampton

Kenneth Frampton is a renowned British architectural critic and historian, celebrated for his influential concept of “critical regionalism,” which advocates for culturally and contextually responsive architecture. His pivotal book, Modern Architecture: A Critical History,” has become a fundamental text in architectural education, offering a comprehensive analysis of modern architecture’s evolution. Frampton’s work is distinguished by its scholarly depth and has significantly shaped contemporary architectural thought, emphasizing the importance of integrating local elements into modern design.