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by Torsten Schmiedeknecht,Andrew Peckham,Charles Rattray

  • Author: Torsten Schmiedeknecht,Andrew Peckham,Charles Rattray
  • ISBN: 0470028378
  • ISBN13: 978-0470028377
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  • Language: English
  • Category: Engineering
  • Publisher: Academy Press; 1 edition (October 22, 2007)
  • Pages: 152
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Modern European architecture has been characterised by a strong undercurrent of rationalist thought.

Modern European architecture has been characterised by a strong undercurrent of rationalist thought. Rationalist Traces aims to examine this legacy by establishing a cross-section of contemporary European architecture, placed in selected national contexts by critics including ?kos Morav?nszky and Josep Maria Montaner. Subsequent interviews discuss the theoretical contributions of Giorgio Grassi and OM Ungers, and a survey of Max Dudler and De Architekten Ci. s work sets out a consistency at one remove from avant-garde spectacle or everyday expediency.

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Andrew Peckham, Torsten Schmiedeknecht. Key texts, including new translations, are placed within a wider historical and philosophical context by Alan Colquhoun, and considered with particular reference to nineteenth century architectural theory by Charles Rattray.

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Modern European architecture has been characterised by a strongundercurrent of rationalist thought. Rationalist Traces aims toexamine this legacy by establishing a cross-section of contemporaryEuropean architecture, placed in selected national contexts bycritics including Ákos Moravánszky and Josep MariaMontaner. Subsequent interviews discuss the theoreticalcontributions of Giorgio Grassi and OM Ungers, and a survey of MaxDudler and De Architekten Cie.'s work sets out a consistency at oneremove from avant-garde spectacle or everyday expediency. InGermany Rationalism offers a considered representation of stateinstitutions, while elsewhere outstanding work reveals differentapproaches to rationality in architecture often recalling canonicalModernism or the 'Rational Architecture' of the later postwarperiod. Whether evident in patterns of thinking, a particularformal repertoire, a prevailing consistency or exemplified inindividual buildings, this relationship informs the mature work ofPatrick Berger, Claus en Kaan Architecten, Carlos Ferrater, CinoZucchi or Hans Kollhoff. The buildings and projects of a youngergeneration - Javier García Solera, GWJ Architekten AG, biq,Andrea Bassi or Beniamino Servino - present a Rationalism lessconditioned by a concern to promote a unifying aesthetic. Whileoften sharing a deliberate economy of means, or a sensual sobriety,they present a more oblique or distanced relationship with thedefining work of the 20th century.