2 edition of Interpretations of the late twentieth century city. found in the catalog.
Interpretations of the late twentieth century city.
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Dissertation (BA (Hons) Wood, Metal, Ceramics, Plastics) - University of Brighton, 1993.
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The book moves from German 'zoning', the aesthetics of grand urban and landscape design from France and the USA, and the utopian English idea of the 'garden city' through to the dynamism of the Asian tiger cities and the environmental ideology of the late 20th century. The books by Lothar Meggendorfer that delighted audiences in the late nineteenth century and were embraced with enthusiasm in the late twentieth century were not simply examples of paper acrobatics. Rather, they both reflected and shaped the historical context of the expanding German empire at the turn of the twentieth century.
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Oslo City Hall, Norway, Venue for Nobel Peace Prize Ceremony. John Freeman/Getty Images. Toward the end of the 20th century, the term Functionalism was used to describe any utilitarian structure that was quickly constructed for purely practical purposes without an eye for artistry. For Bauhaus and other early Functionalists, the concept was a.This book reveals the complex interplay of planning ideas and practices between local, national and international levels throughout this century.
The book moves from German zoning, the aesthetics of grand urban and landscape design from France and the USA, and the utopian English idea of the garden city through to the dynamism of the Asian tiger cities and the environmental ideology of the.