(T5) 20th Century Post-Modernism, Deconstruction and Structuralism

(T5) 20th Century Post-Modernism, Deconstruction and Structuralism

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SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE ARC 1701 Architectural History for Non Majors Summer Term 20 th Century: Post-Modernism, Deconstruction and Structuralism Post-Modernism : "double-coding, self-conscious eclecticism" (01) Cultural, Social & Technical Context of Post-Modernism - Complexity and Contradiction in Architecture Robert Venturi (1966) - Environmentalism, Contextualism / Preservation, Technology & Ambiguity (02) Robert Venturi: "less is a bore" - Guild House, Philadelphia (1960-63) housing for the elderly - Vanna Venturi House, Chesnut Hill, Penn., (1962) (03) Philip Johnson: from International Style to Post-Modern – the chameleon - AT&T Headquarters Building (now the Sony Building), NYC (1984) (04) Charles Moore: historical allusion & playfulness - Sea Ranch, Northern California Coast, (1963-65) environmentalism & context - Piazza d'Italia, New Orleans (1975-79) eclecticism with a wink and a nod (05) Michael Graves: historical allusion, ambiguity & color (metaphor man) - Portland Public Services Building, Portland, Oregon (1980)
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