10 BÜCHER, DIE MIT «BRUTALISM» IM ZUSAMMENHANG STEHEN
Entdecke den Gebrauch von brutalism
in der folgenden bibliographischen Auswahl. Bücher, die mit brutalism
im Zusammenhang stehen und kurze Auszüge derselben, um seinen Gebrauch in der Literatur kontextbezogen darzustellen.
: Post-War British Architecture
The term Brutalism is used to describe a form of architecture that appeared, mainly in Europe, from around 1945–1975.
Encyclopedia of Twentieth Century Architecture
Brutalism (also called New Brutalism), narrowly defined, was the term used to
describe the theory, ideas, and practice of a small number of young architects in
Great Britain from 1950 to 1960. Broadly conceived, Brutalism came to describe
Judging by the work of many contemporary practitioners, however, the influence of Brutalism only seems to grow. Before the wrecking balls swing, it is time to look back on, debate, understand, and learn from Brutalism.
Building the Post-war World: Modern Architecture and ...
1 'The New Brutalism', AD, Jan. 1955, p. 1 . 2 In the early 1950s the Smithsons'
knowledge of Japan and Japanese architecture was still limited, they were first to
visit Japan in 1960. See A. and P. Smithson, Architecture without Rhetoric, ...
The Anaesthetics of Architecture
Saturation of the Image It is ironic that Alison and Peter Smithson, the very
commentators on Brutalism who purport to celebrate an architecture "without
rhetoric," themselves resort to a language markedly rhetorical in its
embellishments in ...
Concrete: The Vision of a New Architecture
Reyner Banham, The New Brutalism: Ethic or Aesthetic? (New York: Rein- hold
1966), 16. 117. A technique employed in traditional stone masonry, bush-
hammering (or bouchardage) was used to eliminate the cement film left after the
Archigram: Architecture Without Architecture
Webb took the crossover between architecture, Yet Archigram's exuberance was
antagonistic not only to the architectural establishment but to brutalism too. By the
beginning of the 1960s, brutalism, once touted as an ethic, was settling into an ...
The Lamp of Memory: Ruskin, Tradition, and Architecture
Brutalism, promised the Smithsons, would be ... objective about 'reality' - the
cultural objectives of society, its urges, its techniques, and so on. Brutalism tries
to face up to a mass production society, and drag a rough poetry out of the
Michael Wheeler, Nigel Whiteley, 1992
Performing Memory in Art and Popular Culture
As a rough guide, we could say that New Brutalism or, more simply, Brutalism
designates a set of practices that used found materials that were both actual and
representational. Following the argot of the group, 'as found' materials could ...
Liedeke Plate, Anneke Smelik, 2013
The Picturesque: Architecture, Disgust and Other Irregularities
It is simple enough, at least in retrospect, to codify Brutalism's formal aspects:
particularly its concern for self-finishing concrete and brick surfaces and its
irregular lumpish forms, apparently determined by site or social organization —
10 NACHRICHTEN, IN DENEN DER BEGRIFF «BRUTALISM» VORKOMMT
Erfahre, worüber man in den einheimischen und internationalen Medien spricht und wie der Begriff brutalism
im Kontext der folgenden Nachrichten gebraucht wird.
Someone's designed a dream house built into a cliff with the world's …
The house uses concrete in the interiors and exteriors – a style known as brutalism – to blend in with the stark landscape. It's brutally beautiful. «Metro, Jul 15»
CNN Claims Jerusalem's Old City Endangered But Has No Room for …
... century and are examples of “brutalism” and are rather ugly structures that were not designed by UNESCO as worth saving for good reasons. «Commentary Magazine, Jul 15»
Readers play 'fantasy wrecking ball' with 'ugly' Irish buildings
Brutalism (in the Dublin sense). Ruins a well-planned urban village, from when Dublin did planning. Pmcc. J. Galway Cathedral, that squatting ... «Irish Times, Jul 15»
Brent Dancey's second chance means the system is working
Stanley Milner Library: Bye bye brutalism, hello library of the future. Rickshaw Dave returns to a different downtown. Edmonton still doesn't ... «MetroNews Canada, Jul 15»
What to do this Fourth of July: a complete cultural guide
As we exit the Tribute Train there's information about brutalism and the architecture of oppression before we gawk at the wild fashion from the ... «The Guardian, Jul 15»
Review: 'The Hunger Games' exhibition
As we exit the Tribute Train there's information about brutalism and the architecture of oppression before we gawk at the wild fashion from the ... «gulfnews.com, Jul 15»
"Bleach" Photo: Maya Robinson and Photo by Hulu
... are often abrasive and impossible to understand, and the overall brutalism on display is often best experienced at massive volumes, the kind ... «Vulture, Jul 15»
Paul Rudolph's Brutalist Orange County Government Center Can …
You don't have to be a fan of brutalism to appreciate that this building is ... I'm no huge fan of Brutalism, but this place somehow transcends and ... «Curbed National, Jun 15»
ISIS executes women by beheading for the first time for 'sorcery' in …
Known for their extreme brutalism and use of summary executions, ISIS have reached a new level of evil with activists reporting that the jihadi ... «Daily Mail, Jun 15»
My secret Wellington: Kirsty Lillico, artist
The lecture theatre is an expressive example of 1960's brutalism. The looming cowl-like part at the front and those strange concrete 'wings' give ... «The Dominion Post, Jun 15»