Modernity and Architecture in New Zealand / Modernite et Architecture en Nouvelle-Zelande

Leach, Andrew (2005). Modernity and Architecture in New Zealand / Modernite et Architecture en Nouvelle-Zelande. In Chavellier, Fabienne and Andrieux, Jean-Yves (Ed.), Reception of architecture of the modern movement: image, usage, heritage/La Reception de l'Architecture du Mouvement Moderne: Image, Usage, Heritage (pp. 355-358) Saint-Etienne: Presses Universitaires de Saint-Etienne.

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Author Leach, Andrew
Title of chapter Modernity and Architecture in New Zealand / Modernite et Architecture en Nouvelle-Zelande
Title of book Reception of architecture of the modern movement: image, usage, heritage/La Reception de l'Architecture du Mouvement Moderne: Image, Usage, Heritage
Place of Publication Saint-Etienne
Publisher Presses Universitaires de Saint-Etienne
Publication Year 2005
Sub-type Research book chapter (original research)
ISBN 2862723738
978-2862723730
Editor Chavellier, Fabienne
Andrieux, Jean-Yves
Start page 355
End page 358
Total pages 4
Language fre
Subjects 310105 History of the Built Environment
310101 Architecture
310102 Heritage and Conservation
120103 Architectural History and Theory
B1
Abstract/Summary This paper considers the function of emigre architects in New Zealand's public works in the period from 1935. It offers a theoretical reading for the nature of the modernity at stake in their work and in the kinds of transformations that they enacted. The reading draws on ideas of Manfredo Tafuri and Bart Verschaffel.
Keyword New Zealand
modern architecture
Public Works Department
Ministry of Works
modernity
Helmut Einhorn
Frederick H Newman
Manfredo Tafuri
Q-Index Code B1
Additional Notes This book documents papers presented to the 7th International Conference of Docomomo, the International Working Party for the Documentation and Conservation of Buildings, Sites and Neighbourhoods of the Modern Movement, held at UNESCO, Paris, September 2002.

 
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