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Die Wiener Gartenstadtbewegung

Author : Wilfried Posch
ISBN : UOM:39015010983685
Genre : Social Science
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Josef Frank

Author : Christopher Long
ISBN : 0226492664
Genre : Architecture
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Architect, designer, and theorist Josef Frank (1885-1967) was known throughout Europe in the 1920s as one of the continent's leading modernists. Yet despite his important contributions to the development of modernism, Frank has been largely excluded from histories of the movement. Josef Frank: Life and Work is the first study that comprehensively explores the life, ideas, and designs of this complex and controversial figure. Educated in Vienna just after the turn of the century, Frank became the leader of the younger generation of architects in Austria after the First World War. But Frank fell from grace when he emerged as a forceful critic of the extremes of modern architecture and design during the early 1930s. Dismissing the demands for a unified modern style, Frank insisted that it was pluralism, not uniformity, that most characterized life in the new machine age. He called instead for a more humane modernism, one that responded to people's everyday needs and left room for sentimentality and historical influences. He was able to put these ideas into practice when, in 1933, he was forced to leave Vienna for Sweden. There his work came to define Swedish (or Scandinavian) modern design. For more than thirty years he was the chief designer for the Stockholm furnishings firm Svenskt Tenn, producing colorful, cozy, and eclectic designs that provided a refreshing alternative to the architectural mainstream of the day and presaged the coming revolt against modernism in the 1960s. In this sensitive study of one of the twentieth century's seminal architects and thinkers, Christopher Long offers new insight into Josef Frank's work and ideas and provides an important contribution to the understanding of modernist culture and its history.

The Architecture Of Red Vienna 1919 1934

Author : Eve Blau
ISBN : 9780262024518
Genre : Architecture
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In this book, Eve Blau looks at how ideological conflict shapedthe buildings of RedVienna—in terms of their program, spatialconception, language, and use—as wellas how political meaning itselfis manifested in architecture.

The Social City

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ISBN : 9789188882172
Genre : City planning
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Creating Economic Space For Social Innovation

Author : Alex Nicholls
ISBN : 9780192566249
Genre : Business & Economics
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This book draws upon economic and sociological theory to provide a comprehensive discussion of economic space for social innovation, addressing especially marginalized groups and the long-term projects, programmes, and policies that have emerged and evolved within and across European states. It approaches the explanatory and normative questions raised by this topic via a novel approach: the Extended Social Grid Model (ESGM). Taking inspiration from the fields of economic sociology and ethics, this model shows that social innovation processes must be structural, and require change in power relations, if marginalization is to be effectively dealt with via social innovation. Part I of the book sets out the ESGM, including an exposition on the model along with background chapters on innovation, power and marginalization, ethics and social innovation, and empirical methods. Part II explores the model with a focus on social innovation trajectories of social housing, drinking water provision, employment, education, and food provision. It also explores the operationalization of the model with a view to agency and empowerment, as well as social innovation policy in Europe and the use of social impact bonds as a tool for financing social innovation. Part III revisits the ESGM and considers the explanatory adequacy and fruitfulness of the model for innovation research and for theorizing social innovation, addressing questions on the role and limitations of participation in social innovation for the marginalized, the role of capital for creating economic space for capabilities, and how we can approach the social impact of social innovation. This collection of essays presents a diverse range of perspectives on understanding and addressing the key issue of marginalization, and offers key recommendations for policy makers engaging with social innovation across the European Union and beyond.

Architecture In Vienna

Author : Dietmar Steiner
ISBN : UVA:X002045027
Genre : Architecture
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The book-map Architecture in Vienna offers a representative overview of the architectural quality of historical and contemporary building in the city. The locations of the selected objects are indicated on fifteen fold-out extracts from the city map. Precise addresses make the objects easier to find. 345 illustrations and explanatory texts document a total of 350 key buildings from all epochs. Additional general maps give information on the public transport network, the most important main- and through-roads, on protected areas, pedestrian areas and public green spaces and on the development of public housing. This book is an indispensable guide to architecture in Vienna.

Modern Urban History Research In Europe Usa And Japan

Author : Christian Engeli
ISBN : UOM:39015015461877
Genre : History
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An excellent survey of research on urban history offering an introduction to the development and methods used in various countries with a list of resources and facilities available to urban historians.

Verzeichnis Lieferbareer Bucher

Author : [Anonymus AC02436408]
ISBN : 3765720747
Genre : Reference
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Shaping The Great City

Author : Eve Blau
ISBN : 379132358X
Genre : Architecture
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Landscape And Power In Vienna

Author : Robert Louis Rotenberg
ISBN : STANFORD:36105017231981
Genre : Social Science
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Each of the groups that has held political power in Vienna over the past three centuries has left its mark on the city's history, institutions, and architecture. In Landscape and Power in Vienna, Robert Rotenberg shows how such groups--monarchists and republicans, fascists and socialists--also influenced another, equally vital aspect of urban identity in this central European metropolis: the landscape. Working as both a historian and an ethnographer, Rotenberg examines the relationship among human experience, landscape design, and the ideas that design was meant to represent. Understanding this relationship, Rotenberg explains, makes it possible to examine a Viennese garden today and deduce the ideology of those who planted it. From "Gardens of Order" and "Gardens of Liberty," to "Gardens of Reaction" and "Gardens of Renewal," the chapters of Landscape and Power in Vienna show how leaders and citizens shared ideas about landscape emerge in the kinds of gardens they produce. "Landscape itself is a language," Rotenberg concludes. "People learn the meanings of landscape in a city from the landscape itself."

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