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National Romanticism and Modern Architecture in Germany and the Scandinavian Countries (Modern Architecture and Cultural Identity)

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Offering a new interpretation of its origins, it focuses on the movement called National Romanticism, which flourished in. Category: Architecture. Page: View: DOWNLOAD → This book provides a comprehensive examination of one of the most important modernist traditions.

Offering a new interpretation of its origins, Barbara Miller Lane focuses on the movement called 'National Romanticism', which flourished in Germany and Scandinavia from about to The National Romantic style was a Nordic architectural style that was part of the National Romantic movement during the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

It is often considered to be a form of Art Nouveau. The National Romantic style spread across Finland; the Scandinavian countries of Denmark, Norway, and Sweden; the Baltic countries of Estonia and Latvia, as well as in Russia, where it.

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Barbara Miller Lane focuses on the movement called "National Romanticism," which flourished in Germany and Scandinavia from about toand offers a new interpretation of its origins. During this period, painters, interior designers, city planners and architects created a new kind of domestic architecture and interior design, as well as Author: Barbara Miller Lane.

The most complete survey of Nordic architecture available today. From Viking structures to Renaissance housing projects, Medieval stave churches to modern crematoriums, Architecture in the Scandinavian Countries presents the most complete survey of Nordic architecture available today.

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Its more than illustrations provide a visual introduction to nea years of building in the region. From Viking structures to Renaissance housing projects, Medieval stave churches to modern crematoriums, Architecture in the Scandinavian Countries presents the most complete survey of Nordic architecture available more than illustrations provide a visual introduction to nea years of building in the region, with examples of ecclesiastical, domestic, and civic buildings Reviews: 1.

's - 's Scandinavian Modern refers to a specific architecture and design from Denmark, Sweden, Finland, and Norway in the early 20th century. Although adopting elements of Bauhaus and International Style modernism, expressions are simple, functional, often minimal, yet incorporate a concern for the individual and an emphasis upon natural materials.

modern architecture, National Romanticism and Modern European Architecture in Germany and the Scandinavian Countries, published by Cambridge University Press, in The jacket was designed by Adrianne Onderdonk Dudden.

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It deals with architecture in Germany and the Scandinavian countries from about to about It stresses issues such asCited by: 2. Barbara Miller Lane: National Romanticism and Modern Architecture in Germany and the Scandinavian Countries (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, ), b&w illns, 31 colour plates, pp., hardback ISBN.

Kirk Varnedoe's exhibition Northern Light. Romanticism, a movement in all of Europe, took the previous conventions and dismissed them, placing importance on emotion.

However, in Germany, Romanticism had a nationalistic message as well. He discusses Herder’s theory of the Volksgeist, which literally translates to “national spirit,” and its focus on German Nationalism.

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Bloxham Zettersten, Nordsikt perspektiv pâ arkitektur. Kristiskt regionalsering i nordiska stadshus (Boras, ), discusses the inter-Nordic elements in. Romanticism, attitude or intellectual orientation that characterized many works of literature, painting, music, architecture, criticism, and historiography in Western civilization over a period from the late 18th to the midth century.

Romanticism can be seen as a rejection of the precepts of order, calm, harmony, balance, idealization, and rationality that typified Classicism in general and. 75 Gustav Näsström, quoted in Barbara Miller Lane, National Romanticism and Modern Architecture in Germany and the Scandinavian Countries (Cambridge, ), 76 Shand, “Stockholm ,” 77 Powers, Britain, 55– 7 Barbara MILLER-LANE, National romanticism and modern architecture in Germany and the Scandinavian countries, Cambridge University Press, connection with this German as well as local Estonian newspapers explained to wide.

National Romanticism And Modern Architecture In Germany And The Scandinavian Countries avg rating — 4 ratings — published Want to Read saving /5(7). The architecture of Denmark has its origins in the Viking period, richly revealed by archaeological became firmly established in the Middle Ages when first Romanesque, then Gothic churches and cathedrals sprang up throughout the country.

It was during this period that, in a country with little access to stone, brick became the construction material of choice, not just for churches but.

Housing and Dwelling: Perspectives on Modern Domestic Architecture, Routledge, Available as an eBook, ff. National Romanticism and Modern Architecture in Germany and the Scandinavian Countries, Cambridge University Press, (reviewed by Harry Francis Mallgrave, JSAH, June, ) Architecture and Politics in Germany Buildings and Society in Denmark, Finland, Norway, and Sweden from the Iron Age until Today (Bristol, ); Zeitler, R., Skandinavische Kunst um (Leipzig, ); Lane, B.

Miller, National Romanticism and Modern Architecture in Germany and the Scandinavian Countries (Cambridge, ). book. Architecture and Politics in Germany, (Revised Edition) (In the spring ofthe Nazi government began its c) National Romanticism and Modern Architecture in Germany and the Scandinavian Countries (Modern Architecture and Cultural Identity).

Scandinavian art and architecture, works of art and structures created in the Scandinavian area of Europe. Early History The Scandinavian countries are rich in artifacts and objects of archaeological interest dating from the end of the Ice Age through the Bronze Age, the Celtic and Germanic Iron Ages, and the Viking period.

“Modernism in Scandinavia is an impressive introduction to modern Nordic art, design, and architecture.

Sidestepping the conventional lexical approach, Charlotte Ashby builds her narrative around a series of case studies ranging from mundane utensils to monumental buildings, from. National Romanticism and Modern Architecture in Germany and the Scandinavian Countries (Modern Architecture and Cultural Identity) Hardcover Book Lane, Barbara Miller (Author).

Modern log technology provides excellent opportunities for creating architecture in the Scandinavian style. The minimalistic designs can be utilised in urban and natural environments alike.

Besides visual advantages, log buildings provide an unrivalled natural atmosphere of well-being – which is at the core of Scandinavian design. Romanticism in architecture is an umbrella term that covers many of the European 19th century 'revivalist' and Eastern influenced styles; Neoclassical/Greek Revival, Gothic Revival, Baroque Revival, Romanesque Revival and Indo-Saracenic are some e.

A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. This week we will examine Functionalism, the Scandinavian variant of the International Style, in terms of how it gave form to new political ideas of social democracy and became th.

Norwegian literature, the body of writings by the Norwegian people. The roots of Norwegian literature reach back more than 1, years into the pagan Norse past. In its evolution Norwegian literature was closely intertwined with Icelandic literature and with Danish literature.

Only after the. "Building Romanticism is engaging, closely argued, and well written. It will be a valuable addition to the growing body of interdisciplinary scholarship that considers the built environment and its role in constructing relationships and worldviews both real and imagined."/5(1).

The roots of Scandinavian design go far deeper than the Hygge-mania of the past few years. Emerging in the s alongside the modernist movement in .(Berkeley: The University of California Press, ) Miller Lane, Barbara et al., Modern Swedish Design: three founding texts (New York: The Museum of Modern Art, ) Miller Lane, Barbara, National Romanticism and Modern Architecture in Germany and the Scandinavian countries (Cambridge: University of Cambridge Press, ).