The modern functional building
Getty Research Institute for the History of Art and the Humanities, 1996 - Architecture - 273 pages
to the social ideas espoused by Max Weber and Georg Simmel. This broad concern with functionalism signifies a shift from older aristocratic value systems to the everyday and common experience as paradigmatic.
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In 1923 German architect Behne wrote this perceptive account of modern architecture, precisely in its birthplace at the time it was born. Behne was an enthusiastic critic and no blind advocate of the ... Read full review