Casts light on the varied and original paths that modern architects have taken in their search for new forms, documenting with hundreds of photographs and diagrams superb engineering feats in Europe and America
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
THE RISE OF URBANISM IN NINETEENTHCENTURY AMERICA
10 other sections not shown
administration Adolf Adolf Loos American Amsterdam approach architects architecture avant-garde Bauhaus became Berlage Berlin blocks Bruno Taut built Burnham capitalist century Chicago city planning collaboration competition project complex conception Corbusier crisis Cubism cultural designed dialectic economic Eliel Saarinen entire Erich Mendelsohn European experiments expressed Expressionist factory Frank Lloyd Wright Frankfurt function garden city Geddes German Gropius ground plan Hannes Meyer ideas ideology industrial intellectual interior Konstantin Melnikov labor language linear city Loos Mendelsohn metropolis metropolitan Meyer Mies modern monumental Moscow movement nature objects Olmsted organization Otto Haesler Paris Park pavilion Peter Behrens Poelzig political Port Sunlight problem production proposed realized reform relationship residential Saarinen Siedlung Siemensstadt skyscraper social socialist Soviet structure Sullivan symbolic synthesis technological tecture territorial Tessenow Tower tradition typological urban urbanistic utopia values Vienna Villa Walter Gropius Werkbund workers York