From the continent to the north
Paper i proceeding, 2013

Contrary to the frequent claims of national historiographies, Modern Architecture in the Nordic countries is — in contrast to its countries of origin, i.e. Netherlands, France, Germany or Russia — not the result of local development, but the result of a cultural transfer from these countries to the north. The aim is to trace, what effect examples on the European continent – and especially those from Germany – have on the development of modern architecture in the Nordic countries, in particular in Sweden.

Sweden

Architectural History

Modern Movement

Cultural transfer

Architecture

Germany

Författare

Atli Magnus Seelow

Chalmers, Arkitektur

The 3rd Symposium on Swedish Architectural History: Historiography”, Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden, 11th–12th October 2013

Styrkeområden

Building Futures

Ämneskategorier

Arkitektur

Konstvetenskap