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Building Modern Italy, 1914-1936

Dennis Doordan

Building Modern Italy, 1914-1936

by Dennis Doordan

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Published by Princeton Architectural Pr .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • First World War, 1914-1918,
  • Italy,
  • Architecture

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11380878M
    ISBN 100910413576
    ISBN 109780910413572

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We have new and used copies available, in 1 editions - starting at $ Shop now. Dennis P. Doordan is Associate Professor in the School of Architecture at the University of Notre Dame, Indiana. He is the author of Building Modern Italy: Italian Architecture, (Princeton Architectural Press, ), as well as numerous articles.

He is the editor of Design 1914-1936 book An Anthology (MIT Press, ) and coeditor of Design Issues, a leading international journal devoted Cited by: 3. six continents As a book for first-time students and the intelligent reading public, twentieth century Architecture could hardly be bettered.” b) Building Modern Italy.

Italian Architecture (Princeton Architectural Press: ) is cited in the bibliographies of the two major surveys of Modern Architecture. Overall, the book places modern Italy’s architectural developments in a broad context of environmental damage and professional corruption, along with an unremitting focus on class differences and infrastructure — the physical, social, and economic circumstances that have conditioned architectural production and : Mia Fuller.

Doordan, D P Building Modern Italy: Italian Architecture, New York: Princeton Architectural Press. Mussolini's Rome: Rebuilding the Eternal CityAuthor: Mia Fuller.

Quadrante's book publishing enterprise was designed to shape the national discourse on corporativism through Giovenale's book and subsequent volumes by Ciocca (Edilizia corporativa in Italia) and Renato Paresce (L'altra America), which detailed corporativist building practices in Italy and the failings of American economic liberalism, by: 3.

Dennis Doordan, Building Modern Italy (New York: Princeton Architectural Press, ), [book with page number] Richard Pommer and Christian F. Otto, Weissenhof and the Modern Movement in Architecture (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, ). [book without page number]. architecture in Italy.

Following Dennis Doordan's Building Modern Italy: Italian Architecture (), Diane Ghirardo's Build-ing New Communities (), and Thomas L.

Schumacher's two books, The Danteum () and Surface and Symbol: Giuseppe Terragni and the Architecture of Italian Rationalism (), this book. Architectural Histories is the international, blind peer-reviewed scholarly journal of the EAHN that creates a space where historically grounded research into all aspects of architecture and the built environment can be made public, consulted, and discussed.

The journal is open to historical, historiographic, theoretical, and critical contributions that engage with architecture and the built Author: Mia Fuller.

The author is an authority on modern architecture who teaches at the University of Maryland School of Architecture. The work is more complete than Dennis P. Doordan's Building Modern Italy: Italian Architecture (), because it covers the year period prior to WW I including Art Nouveau.

He is the author of Building Modern Italy: Italian Architecture, (Princeton Architectural Press, ), as well as numerous articles. He is the editor of Design History: An Anthology (MIT Press, ) and coeditor of Design Issues, a leading international journal devoted to the history, theory, and criticism of design.

Ghirardo, D. () "Italian architects and Fascist politics: an evaluation of the Rationalist's role in regime building," Journal of the Society of Architectural Histori 2: pp. () Building New Communities. New Deal America and. Building Modern Italy: Italian Architecture, liked it avg rating — 1 rating — published Want to Read saving 4/5.

Building Modern Italy: Italian Architecture New York: Princeton Architectural Press, [book with page number] o Ambasz, Emilio, ed. Italy: The New Domestic Landscape. New York: Museum of Modern Art, [edited book] o Deyong, Sarah.

“Planetary Habitat: the Origins of a Phantom Movement.” The Journal of. This book traces the relationship and the intersections between the theory and practice of the novel and architecture in Italy during the Fascist regime (–), a period which saw an institutional body actively trying to shape the artistic world through a series of political choices and a system of patronage, which had distinct aesthetic reverberations.

1 Our initial hypothesis is that Author: Francesca Billiani, Laura Pennacchietti. remained in South America for four months before returning to Italy, and the exhibition later traveled to Alexandria, Egypt, home to another émigré community.

2 Excellent sources on Italian Rationalism include: DOORDAN, Dennis. Building Modern Italy: Italian Architecture New York: Princeton Architectural Press, ; ETLIN, Richard. Review: Il Foro Italico e lo Stadio Olimpico: Immagini dalla storia by Mimmo Caporilli, Franco Simeoni; Antonio Sant'Elia: The Complete Works by Luciano Caramel, Alberto Longatti, Antonio Sant'Elia; Novocomum: Casa d'abitazione by Giorgio Cavalleri, Augusto Roda; Gli architetti e il fascismo: Architettura e città by Giorgio Ciucci; Building Modern Italy: Italian Architecture.

He is the author of Building Modern Italy: Italian Architecture and a member of the editorial board of Design Issues. Tony Fry is Lecturer in Art and Design History and Theory in the Power Department of Fine Arts, University of Sydney.

He is the author of Design, History, Australia and Old Visions, New Worlds, as well as numerous.Free Online Library: Filming in stone: Palazzo della Civilta Italiana and Fascist signification in cinema.(Critical essay) by "Annali d'Italianistica"; Literature, writing, book reviews Buildings Appreciation Design and construction Portrayals Filmmakers Criticism and interpretation Motion picture locations Movie directors Movie locations.Richard Bosworth, " War, Totalitarianism and 'Deep Belief' in Fascist Italy, –43, " European History Quarte no.

4 (): and Mussolini's Italy: Life Under the Fascist Author: Marla Stone.