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(T4) 20th Century International Modernism

(T4) 20th Century International Modernism - Giovanni...

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SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE ARC 1701 Architectural History for Non Majors Summer Term 20 th Century: International Modernism (01) Modernism in Great Britain - Archigram: Ron Heron’s “Walking City” (1964) - Ralph Erskine: Biker Wall Housing, Newcastle-upon-Tyne (1969-75) - James Stirling: Engineering School, Leicester U. (1959-63) History Faculty Building, Cambridge U. (1968) - Norman Foster: Hong Kong Bank (1986) - Richard Rogers: Lloyd’s of London (1978-86) (02) Arthur Erikson (Canada) - Robson Square & Judicial Center, Vancouver (1970s) - Museum of Anthropology, Vancouver (1972) (03) Frei Otto (Germany): Olympic Complex, Munich (1972) tensile structures (04) Italian Modernism - Giuseppe Terragni and Italian Rationalism: Casa del Fascio (1932-36) -
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Unformatted text preview: Giovanni Michelucci: concrete as an expressive material in architecture - Pier Luigi Nervi: concrete long span structures - Carlo Scarpa: Brion Cemetery at San Vito d’Altivole(1969-78) (05) Modernism in South and Central America - Lucio Costa (Brazil): Ministry of Education (1937-43) w/ Le Corbusier - Oscar Niemeyer (Brazil): Brazilia - Luis Berragan (Mexico): poetic contextualism and water - Felix Candela (Mexico): thin concrete shell structures (06) Japan and the Metabolist - Kenzo Tange - Fumihiko Maki - Arata Isozaki - Tadeo Ando (07) Ticino District and Lugano, Switzerland: Mario Botta (08) Great International Competitions - Sidney Opera House (1957) Jorn Utzon (Denmark) - Pompidou Center, Paris (1976) Renzo Piano & Richard Rogers...
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