Dutch Modernism: Architectural Resources in the English Language by Donald LangmeadDutch Modernism: Architectural Resources in the English Language by Donald Langmead

Dutch Modernism: Architectural Resources in the English Language

byDonald Langmead

Hardcover | October 1, 1996

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A critical guide to the English-language literature, Dutch Modernism demonstrates the importance of the Dutch contribution to 20th-century architecture. Holland's valuable role in the creation of modernism (1900-1940) was all but ignored until 30 years ago; it is significant that more than a third of the English-language literature has appeared since 1975. This guide is comprehensive; it summarizes, describes, and evaluates 1,250 references in the light of contemporary theory and practice. This work is of interest to scholars, students, and practitioners. The introduction outlines Holland's unique place in the development of international Modernism, 1900-1940, and explores the phenomenon of its eventual recognition in Britain and the United States. Although not an exhaustive study, this work presents all the areas of study and helpfully evaluates most entries, saving the user time and energy. A number of Dutch publications have been included, some because they are seminal theoretical works and others because they are rich in images. As a guide to English-language sources, Dutch Modernism reaches a wider audience than earlier Dutch and Italian bibliographies.
Title:Dutch Modernism: Architectural Resources in the English LanguageFormat:HardcoverDimensions:296 pages, 9.41 × 7.24 × 0.98 inPublished:October 1, 1996Publisher:GREENWOOD PRESS INC.

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ISBN - 10:0313296189

ISBN - 13:9780313296185

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?This carefully constructed work will serve upper-division students of modern European architecture.?-Choice