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Norris Architecture
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International Style of the 1920's & 1930's.
emphasis more on architectural style, form and aesthetics than the social aspects of the modern movement as emphasised in Europe
The International style still continues in homes today. Rational, cool and looking machine made, these white boxes provide a sharp contrast to the natural world and, in the process, celebrate the modern age.More: Help! What Color Should I Paint My House?
“Glass” — rnunes3
Must-Know Moderns
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the International style are Mies van der Rohe, Le Corbusier and Gropius. The most recognized elements of their work include a square or rectangular footprint, an extruded rectangle form, windows running in horizontal rows that form a grid, and all facade angles at 90 degrees.International Style Celebrates
InternationalWalter Gropius is considered to be one of the masters of modern architecture, or the International style. While directing the Department of Architecture at Harvard University, the German-born architect
“Modern” — abefinch
Jones Clayton Construction
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Elevations
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World War II. Art deco, art moderne and International styles sprouted from the age of the machine. Developed countries around the world had all firmly entered industrialization, and architecture reflected the phenomenon with a new aesthetic. The International style developed in Europe through the architecture
Art Deco as "an assertively modern style [that] ran to symmetry rather than asymmetry, and to the rectilinear rather than the curvilinear…"
to mind white stucco, glass walls and flat roofs. These are the characteristics of three important styles that developed between World War I and World War II. Art deco, art moderne and International styles sprouted from the age of the machine. Developed countries around the world had all firmly entered
“Love it” — janetall
Bjorg Magnea
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the floor plan. This also allows for the glass curtain walls or floor-to-ceiling windows that make the modern style so desirable. As intended in the original concept of the International style, the shell balloons around and above the steel structural frame in this New York area house. The generous cantilever
International Furniture appears large, white, simple, undecorated, and a lot of glass is used (in this case, it's a house, not furniture)
In original and more sophisticated examples of the International style, steel skeletons comprise the structure. Windows, interior and exterior walls, and doors hang or rest within the frame, allowing greater flexibility
the floor plan. This also allows for the glass curtain walls or floor-to-ceiling windows that make the modern style so desirable. As intended in the original concept of the International style, the shell balloons around and above the steel structural frame in this New York area house. The generous cantilever
“SHAPE AND FORM DEFINITION” — Anderson's Design Center
AR Design Studio Ltd
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Abbots Way
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International. This style is somewhat rare in the United States but can be found in many places around the world, such
this style fell out of favor after”
5. International. This style is somewhat rare in the United States but can be found in many places around the world, such as this example in the United Kingdom. Born from the work of famous architects such as Mies van der Rohe and Le Corbusier prior to World War II, this style fell out of favor
simultaneously strongly influenced the aforementioned midcentury modernism in the United States. Structural transparency lies at the heart of this style, which can easily be identified by flat roofs, walls of glass and long planes of solid walls punctuated with openings. With the home shown, the landscape
“Super” — leekent
10 Gawler Crescent House
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inspiration.Photo by Flickr user Canberra HouseMore: Midcentury Styles Respond to Modern Life
6. The Round HouseDesigned by Alex Jelinek in 1957, this house has been described as one of Canberra’s most significant post-war international-style buildings.The Round House was designed with a circular steel
6. The Round House. Designed by Alex Jelinek in 1957, this house has been described as one of Canberra's most significant postwar international-style buildings.The Round House was designed with a circular steel frame that radiates out from a central pool to form various rooms. Large sheets of glass were
“round house exterior” — mhuntley13
Porebski Architects
Castlecrag House
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Roots of Style: International Style Celebrates Pure Form Photo 1 of 16 As in America, Europe continued to embrace modernism in residential architecture consistently throughout
successfully built many projects using the modernist design theory that had developed in earlier decades. With that combined broad influence, the International style still lives up to its designation. Let us take a look around the world today at its influence. This Sydney, Australia, house has a sharp and
successfully built many projects using the modernist design theory that had developed in earlier decades. With that combined broad influence, the International style still lives up to its designation. Let us take a look around the world today at its influence.
“Alb” — gr8estalex
Powell/Kleinschmidt, Inc.
mies apartment
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This is a fresh take that honors the past in Ludwig Mies van der Rohe's iconic International style apartment buildings at 860-880 Lake Shore Drive, which enjoy sweeping views of Lake Michigan. The designers used iconic Miesian furniture. A
This is a fresh take that honors the past in Ludwig Mies van der Rohe's iconic International style apartment buildings at 860-880 Lake Shore Drive, which enjoy sweeping views of Lake Michigan. The designers used iconic Miesian furniture. A
“Table and couches” — JoJol
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