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This work is Taschen's 25th anniversary - special edition! This work offers a compact overview of one of the world's greatest architect. Finnish architect Alvar Aalto (1898-1976) was not only influenced by the landscape of his native country, but by the political struggle over Finland's place within European culture. After early neoclassical buildings, Alvar Aalto turned to ideas based on Functionalism, subsequently moving toward more organic structures, with brick and wood replacing plaster and steel. In addition to designing buildings, furniture, lamps, and glass objects with his wife Aino, he painted and was an avid traveler. A firm believer that buildings have a crucial role in shaping society, Aalto once said, 'The duty of the architect is to give life a more sensitive structure'.
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- ID: 9783836512947
Taschen's 25th anniversary ed
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