The Open House: The Free Plan in the Twentieth Century

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At the beginning of the twentieth century, a new vision of architectural space was born, made possible to new construction techniques that eliminated the need for interior load-bearing walls. Developed concurrently with Picasso's cubist paintings and Einstein's theories of quantum physics, the new architecture manifested itself most emblematically with the open plan: physically and visually free-flowing spaces. Modern architects broke free from spatial constraints and traditional limits to design houses that were unbound, ...

The Open House: The Free Plan in the Twentieth Century 2002, Rizzoli International Publications

ISBN-13: 9780847824724

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