The relationship between the terms Structure and Form, while expressing a consideration on the tectonic component of composition, registers a cyclical evolution of the archi-tecture of the building. The solidity of the Modern, the liquidity of "post-modern conditions", the evaporation of the contemporary aesthetics of disappearance outline a return to a solid state of the matter outlining the basic assumption of formal research in architecture in the sculptural mass of the building.

Structure and Form Changes of State in architecture - from modern to contemporary

RUSSO, Antonello
2016-01-01

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The relationship between the terms Structure and Form, while expressing a consideration on the tectonic component of composition, registers a cyclical evolution of the archi-tecture of the building. The solidity of the Modern, the liquidity of "post-modern conditions", the evaporation of the contemporary aesthetics of disappearance outline a return to a solid state of the matter outlining the basic assumption of formal research in architecture in the sculptural mass of the building.
9781138026513
contemporary language; sculptural massiveness ; mono-materiality
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