Architects and Modern Expression
This paper looks at the modern expression of three architects: Robert Venturi, Peter Eisenman, and Rem Koolhaas.
# 4884 | 2,100 words | 3 sources | APA | 1998 |
Published on May 29, 2002 in Architecture (Buildings) , Architecture (Modern) , Art (History) , Architecture (Theory) , Architecture (History) , Engineering (General) , Research Designs (General) , Architecture (General)
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This paper compares and contrasts the ideas of the 1950s of three separate architects by looking at their different views of modernism. The architects are Robert Venturi, Peter Eisenman, and Rem Koolhaas. Modernist, Post-Modernist, and Pre-Modernist concepts are examined, and the works and ideas of the architects are described in depth.
From the Paper:"In the 1950's many architects were struggling for expression of Modern Architecture. Robert Venturi, Peter Eisenman, and Rem Koolhaas are three architects who each had different views in regards to Modern Architecture. Robert Venturi had a post-modern approach and believed in complexity and contradiction to create a new architecture. Peter Eisenman had a modern approach and used axonometric drawings and models to better represent architecture. Rem Koolhaas had a modern, pre-modern, and post-modern approach and looked at the problem of large. These three architects expressed their relationship to Modern Architecture differently."
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