Modern Architecture (1900-1945)


This modern architecture course traces the history of modern architecture from the point of view of its transformation under the influence of two major forces: the process of modernization and the development of ideology. The first of these derives from the material changes brought about by technology and industrialization; the second stems from the received idea of progress and from the utopian legacy of the Enlightenment. The period covered runs from the early 20th century to the Second World War. The European Avant Garde of the first half of the 20th century is given a particular emphasis as a leading force in the development of emblematic projects and new architectural ideas.
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