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Rem Koolhaas (Rotterdam,1944) studied structure on the AA in London--where he went directly to develop into a lecturer--and on the IAUS in long island, in the course of Peter Eisenmans time there. Koolhaas has constantly been hooked up with the idea of structure, as lecturer on the cutting edge AA, as a speaker, and along with his released paintings: Delirious ny, a retrospective manifesto for ny (1978) and the hot S, M, L, XL (1995). In 1972 Koolhaas organize the OMA (Office for Metropolitan Architecture), whose identify essentially expresses the making plans intentions of the staff, comprising Koolhaas, Elia and Zoe Zenghelis, and Madelon Vriessendorp.
(Рем Коолхаас (Роттердам, 1944) изучал архитектуру в АА в Лондоне - где он впоследствии стал преподавателем - и в IAUS в Нью-Йорке у Питера Айзенмана. Колхас всегда был связан с теорией архитектуры, читая лекции в инновационной АА. В 1972 году Коолхаас организовал архитектурное бюро OMA (Office для Metropolitan Architecture), состоящее из Коолхааса, Елиа и Зои Зенгелис и Мадлон Врайссендорп.)

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Rem Koolhaas OMA

Rem Koolhaas (Rotterdam,1944) studied structure on the AA in London--where he went directly to turn into a lecturer--and on the IAUS in big apple, in the course of Peter Eisenmans time there. Koolhaas has continually been attached with the idea of structure, as lecturer on the leading edge AA, as a speaker, and together with his released paintings: Delirious manhattan, a retrospective manifesto for big apple (1978) and the hot S, M, L, XL (1995).

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Which is modern? Photo by Lilian Fessler Vaz, 2010. 1 “Womankind at War – Cultivation of Produce in civic Parks,” Vienna, ca. 1915–1918. Source: Postcard Collection of the Author. 2 Diagram, House and Enclosure of the Garden, Adolf Loos, Vienna, ca. 1926. Source: Collection Albertina, Vienna. 3 “Self-Supporter, Scheme for the Development of Small Settlements,” Leberecht Migge, ca. 1918. , 1918. (Family Inheritance, Leberecht Migge). 4 Settlement at Kagran, Karl Schartelmüller, Vienna, ca. 1927.

Program in Architecture. Research interests include modern and contemporary architecture as diverse, multi-centered, regional and localized experiences in different parts of the world. Edward M. Orlowski is an Associate Professor of Architecture at Lawrence Technological University in Southfield, Michigan. A member of the Board of Directors of the Association for Community Design, he has presented papers to numerous conferences both in the United States and abroad on sustainability and activist design paradigms.

To make the matter worse, the contrasts between the parallel productions by the trained architects and the non-trained architects were consciously reinforced in the history of modern architecture through the perpetuation of the myths of the favela, shacks, and shantytowns as an entirely different kind of architectural production that was unknown, and which should be demolished and replaced with sanitized modernist objects. The reasons for the condemnations of the architectural productions of the underprivileged classes were obvious: the aesthetics and modes of construction, and above all the social implications run counter to the privileged agendas of architectural profession, which is grounded in the sensibilities of the middle classes and people of consequence in the society.

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