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Re-Framing Identities : Architecture's Turn to History, 1970-1990.

Author: Ákos Moravánszky; Torsten Lange; Judith Hopfengärtner; Karl Kegler
Publisher: Basel/Berlin/Boston : Birkhäuser, 2017.
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The international authors of this three-volume work show Europe's post-war architecture in a new light. In spite of geo-political divisions and national differences, the developments in East and West are seen in context for the first time - a mutual perception, the transfer of knowledge, and cooperation, opened avenues across boundaries. Each volume is dedicated to a leading subject and its unfolding across  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Moravánszky, Ákos.
Re-Framing Identities : Architecture's Turn to History, 1970-1990.
Basel/Berlin/Boston : Birkhäuser, ©2017
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Ákos Moravánszky; Torsten Lange; Judith Hopfengärtner; Karl Kegler
ISBN: 9783035608151 3035608156
OCLC Number: 973183121
Notes: Notes on Contributors.
Description: 1 online resource (336 pages)
Contents: Foreword. East West Central: Re-Building Europe ; Introduction ; I. Identity Construct(ion)s ; Piercing the Wall: East-West Encounters in Architecture, 1970-1990 ; Notes on Centers and Peripheries in Eastern Bloc Architectures ; An Image and Its Performance: Techno-Export from Socialist Poland. Postmodern Architectural Exchanges Between East Germany and Japan Being Underground: Dalibor Vesely, Phenomenology and Architectural Education during the Cold War ; From the Hungarian Tulip Dispute to a Post-Socialist Kulturkampf ; II. The Turn to History. Russia, Europe, America: The Venice School between the U.S.S.R. and the U.S.A Deconstructing Constructivism ; The (New) Concept of Tradition: Aldo Rossi's First Theoretical Essay ; Paolo Portoghesi and the Postmodern Project ; Boris Magaš and the Emergence of Postmodernist Themes in the Croatian Modernist Tradition ; "Keep Your Hands Off Modern Architecture": Hans Hollein and History as Critique in Cold War Vienna. III. Public Criticism and the Rediscovery of the City Heritage, Populism and Anti-Modernism in the Controversy of the Mansion House Square Scheme ; Preservationism, Postmodernism, and the Public across the Iron Curtain in Leipzig and Frankfurt/Main. "Le Monopole du Passéisme": A Left-Historicist Critique of Late Capitalism in Brussels Keeping West Berlin "As Found": Alison Smithson, Hardt-Waltherr Hämer and 1970s Proto-Preservation Urban Renewal ; Humane Spontaneity: Teaching New Belgrade Lessons of the Past ; Quality of Life or Life-in-Truth? A Late- Socialist Critique of Housing Estates in Czechoslovakia ; Appendix.

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As a reaction to rationalism and functionalist Moderne, the post-modern style developed in the 1970s; The contributions analyze discrepancies in architectural theory and the processes that led to a  Read more...

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