The New Modernists 6 European Architects
Michael Blackwood Architecture Collection • Documentary, Special Interest, 01-Jan-1992
Featuring six young, renowned innovators, The New Modernists: 6 European Architects explores the ideology, method, and influence surrounding modernism. Critic Kenneth Frampton sees this group of architects, working from Seville to Finland, understanding and interacting with the ideas and structures of Aalto, Saarinen and Mies to form a confident new European identity.
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