4.20 LARCH 060 - LARCH 060 Tuesday Arpil 20th 1999...

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LARCH 060 Tuesday, Arpil 20th, 1999 Announcements: Lecture notes: LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE: MODERNISM AND ART Socio-cultural milieu: Modern-funtionalist (analytical) architecture Rising professional/middle classes Non-elite approach to modern architecture Lifestyle, residential emphasis Design Expression: New Style: revolutionary, breaking away from the past, since the war people didn't understand the world, therefore art was made that way (nonsense) Asymmetrical Geometric and freeform, indoor/outdoor relationships using glass, etc... Lifestyles became more leisurely "Creative problem solving" "Art that works" Low-mainenance, clean and simple liveability Informal Design for human needs and function, also focus on what the site had to offer "HARVARD REVOLT"---Garrett Eckbo, James Rose, Dan Kiley They saw new ideas while they were still using the old ones, so then decided to explore .... looked in Europe, got exposed to the notion of freedom and asymmetry and wanted to address these. They came up with
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  • Spring '99
  • Rusnak
  • Rio de Janeiro, Dan Kiley, design expression, Donnell Pool Garden, ART Socio-cultural milieu, classes Non-elite approach

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