Posts Tagged ‘ Modernism ’

Perception of avant-garde architecture in 1920-1930

Dez 7th, 2018 | By | Category: Ideal Spaces, Spatial concepts, Topics

The text is dedicated to the problem of perception of avant-garde architecture in 1920-1930-s. The characteristic of the avant-garde utopian projects would be incomplete without considering the perception of modernism not only by the functionalists, but also by their opponents and by the general public – who supposed to be the main acceptors of all the radical changes. Another aspect to be observed in frames of this subject is the review of relationships between schools of traditionalism and functionalism schools during the period of 1920-1930-s.



Tel Aviv. Tracing the Ideal City dream

Apr 12th, 2017 | By | Category: New Forms of the Social, Spatial concepts, Topics

In descriptions of Tel Aviv often occur reflections about the ideal “first Hebrew city”. A gap between real Tel Aviv and its visionary model is a commonplace. Nevertheless, links between them are plentiful, although they are discussed either with irony or with pathos. The paper gives a cursory review of some of such links.



KIT Scientific Publishing, Karlsruhe | Journal of New Frontiers in Spatial Concepts | ISSN 1868-6648
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