In Building a Century of Progress, Lisa D. Schrenk explores the pivotal role of the 1933 Chicago World's Fair in modern American architecture. She recounts how the exposition's architectural commission promoted a broad definition of modern architecture, not relying on purely aesthetic characteristics but instead focusing on new design solutions.
History & Theory
Pages: 368 pp
Publisher: University of Minnesota Press.
Publication Place: Minneapolis,
Book Id: 73960
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