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Regionalism and Modernity
Architecture in Western Europe 1914–1940
In this book, internationally-renowned researchers investigate the complex and shifting relation between regionalism and modernity in the architecture of Western Europe between the two World Wars.
Making a New World
Architecture and Communities in Interwar Europe
A heavily illustrated study of the foundations and working mechanisms of modern communities.
Living with History, 1914–1964
Rebuilding Europe after the First and Second World Wars and the Role of Heritage Preservation
Sources of Regionalism in the Nineteenth Century
Architecture, Art, and Literature
KADOC Artes 9 Architectural concepts and styles seem to flourish on a variety of levels from the most local of contexts to the global. This book investigates regionalism, which is often conceived today as a late-nineteenth-century phenomenon because...
Historism and Cultural Identity in the Rhine-Meuse Region
Tensions between Nationalism and Regionalism in the Nineteenth Century
KADOC Artes 10 Based on the cultural insight that "historism"—understood as the projection of the past into the present by artistic means, or the "invention of tradition"—always occurs in close connection with the emergence of nation-states, this...
The Revival of Medieval Illumination
Nineteenth-Century Belgium Manuscripts and Illuminations from a European Perspective
KADOC Artes 8 The art of illumination, usually associated with the Middle Ages, experienced a spectacular revival in nineteenth-century Western Europe. This completely different context gave the illuminations another import. The output of the lay and...