A HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE - CRITICAL REGIONALISM

A HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE - CRITICAL REGIONALISM

This is an interesting view of Salmela, displaying what might be called critical regionalism while somewhat deceptively being devoid of the modernist boxiness present in much of his work.

This is an interesting view of Salmela, displaying what might be called critical regionalism while somewhat deceptively being devoid of the modernist boxiness present in much of his work.

Säynätsalo Town Hall, Säynätsalo. (former municipality in Finland and a part of Jyvaskyla). Alvar Aalto, 1951

Säynätsalo Town Hall, Säynätsalo. (former municipality in Finland and a part of Jyvaskyla). Alvar Aalto, 1951

Twenty years ago architect Ricardo Bofill began designing a resort for a seaside cliff in Calpe, Spain. La Manzana takes on early Critical Regionalism for a strikingly unique and mysterious aesthetic.

Mysterious La Manzanera Resort Rises from the Seaside Cliffs of Calpe, Spain

Twenty years ago architect Ricardo Bofill began designing a resort for a seaside cliff in Calpe, Spain. La Manzana takes on early Critical Regionalism for a strikingly unique and mysterious aesthetic.

Six Essential Materials & The Architects That Love Them / Alvar Aalto / Jyvaskyla University. Image © Nico Saieh

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