Architecture Aesthetics Analysis

17 Dec

Dennis P. Doordan’s The Political Content in Italian Architecture during the Fascist Era examines how Italian architects of the 1920’s and 1930 have reacted to their limited resources and technologies and a political revolution that affected all aspects of Italian life.  This combination set in place an artistic independence in architecture that gave rise to uniqueness that combined ideas of aesthetics and a vision of what Fascism looked like in this form.  A cultural revolution when strong enough can apparently help dictate not only the heart of a country, but it’s appearance as well.



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