4 edition of Twentieth-century architecture found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -298) and index
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Structuralists are also interested in the social structures and mental processes that contributed to the design. Besides being functional, the building's aesthetic rejects its Classical and Gothic surroundings. Strictly considered then, there is no Surrealist architecture. The Finnish-American architect Eero Saarinen 1910-1961 is known for designing grand bird-like buildings such as the TWA terminal at New York's Kennedy Airport and the Dulles Airport terminal near Washington D.
Contemporary with the flourishing of Surrealism, the two pavilions, which faced each other, inadvertently manifested some of the most frightening and nightmarish aspects of the Twentieth-century architecture. Totalitarian Architecture 1933-60 Architectural design under dictators like Adolf Hitler, Joseph Stalin and Chairman Mao was designed to awe their political subjects and impress foreign vistors.
Constructivist buildings are characterized by a sense of movement and abstract Twentieth-century architecture shapes; technological details such as antennae, signs, and projection screens; and machine-made building parts primarily of glass and steel.
The population of Los Angeles is really counted in terms of machines: automobiles, not human beings; and most large cities now, not only Los Angeles, are realizing T. Lyndon's building at UCLA is made to float in space through the use of a Corbusier-derived principle first expressed on a large scale in his Swiss pavilion at the Cite Universitaire in Paris 1930-32.
Hallmarks of Minimalism include open floor plans with few if any interior walls; emphasis on the outline or frame of the structure; incorporating negative spaces around the structure as part of the overall design; using lighting to dramatize geometric lines and planes; and stripping the building of all but the most essential elements — Twentieth-century architecture the anti-ornamentation beliefs of is Minimalist in its emphasis on lines, planes, and open spaces.
the most famous deconstructivist designer in America is probably b. " and of the "yellow smoke that slides along the street. ISBN 10 : 9781317453222 Twentieth Century China An Annotated Bibliography of Reference Works in Chinese Japanese and Western Languages Book Description : This bibliography of reference works from Chinese, Japanese and Western language sources covers: the 1911 Revolution; the Republic of China 1912-1949 ; the People's Republic of China 1949 onwards ; post-1911 Hong Kong and Macau; and post-1911 overseas Chinese.
Organic and Brutalist architecture is sometimes described as Neo-expressionist.
Thus, at the same time that Braque and Picasso presented in their paintings objects seen in multiple views, sharing both the inside and the outside of absinthe glasses, architects began to effect the interpenetration of exterior and interior space by incorporating walls of glass. But wouldn't it be taking too slanted a view of things to Twentieth-century architecture Eero Sarinen's CBS building in New York 1961-1965or the California Federal Savings and Loan Association building on Wilshire Boulevard by Charles Luckman 1964 as counterparts to the Op Art of Yaacov Agam's "Double Metamorphosis II" 1964or John Goodyear's "Color Block" 1964.
"Modern Architecture and Its Variations.
- Multiplex Cinema, Dresden 1993-8 by Coop Himmelblau.
Kurt von Meier Notes 1.
On this level of experience, the disquieting effects of such perceptions—the inhuman scale, the dream-image facades with their machine-like severity and anti-human detailing, the ambiguities of interpenetrating space and floating mass, and the general disorientation of place and purpose--remain perhaps undiminished subconsciously, despite their unremitting frequency.