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Chance Ellison ARC 160 Prof. Ashley Simone 6/27/17 16 against 5: In the early 20 th century 2 different architects put out their views on new architecture published as a series of points. On one side you had Theo van Doesburg with his view titled “16 Points of Plastic” and on the other side there was Le Corbusier with his views titled “The Five Points of New Architecture.” Both were innovative in their own right and both do have some understandable similarities. However, they have 2 major differences: structural articulation and fenestration. To properly convey how these 2 plans differ I first have to go through the points made by each of the architects starting with the one that came first van Doesburg’s “16 Points of Plastic.” A little background on the architect: 1
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Theo van Doesburg was a Dutch artist how made his stamp on the world of architecture by spearheading De Stijl ,which is also referred to as neoplasticism, an art movement based around abstract art. Van Doesburg’s 16 points were published in 1924 and go as follows: 1. The basis for a sound development of architecture is to overcome every idea of form.
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