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Modernism free pdf Whether considered as a style or as an attitude of mind, the ideas of the modernists have affected the contemporary arts, design and architectural environment in a fundamental way. Our houses, our offices, our transport systems have all been transformed under its influence. This text presents the history of the way Modernism came to dominate, despite the fact that it was, in its heyday of the '20s and '30s, largely the preserve of the intellectuals. Richard Weston presents the roots of these ideas and the work of the pioneers of the Modern Movement, such as Mies, Corbusier and Gropius. He explores national and regional variations of the style, and considers responses to modernist ideals in the post-war period. Although the book focuses on the growth of these ideals, it also demonstrates their great influence after World War II, relating the ideals of Modernism to the real world of modernization.

About Richard Weston

Richard Weston is a writer and lecturer. He is the author of a monograph on Alvar Aalto and, Town Hall, Saynatsalo, in the Architecture in Detail series (both published by Phaidon).

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Author : Richard Weston
Publisher : Phaidon Press Ltd
Data Published : 10 October 1996
ISBN : 0714828793
EAN : 9780714828794
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 240 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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