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Parallel Paths

Author(s): CARDOSO, Alexandra ; MAIA, Maria Helena ; TREVISAN, Alexandra

Date: 2015

Persistent ID: http://hdl.handle.net/10400.26/20641

Origin: Escola Superior Artística do Porto

Project/scholarship: info:eu-repo/grantAgreement/FCT/3599-PPCDT/133213/PT ;

Subject(s): Arquitetura Moderna; Modern Architecture; Portuguese Modern Architecture; Arquitetura Moderna Portuguesa; Greek Modern Architecture; Arquitetura Moderna Grega; Arquitetura vernacular; Vernacular Architecture; Sul; South


Description

This study focuses on the work produced during the first three decades of the 20h century by four architects, who were born and lived at the two ends of Southern Europe: Greece and Portugal. They belonged to two successive generations – Raúl Raul Lino (1879-1974) and Aristotelis Zachos (1871-1939) belonged to the first generation; Carlos Ramos (1897-1969) and Dimitris Pikionis (1887-1968) belonged to the second generation – and they all shared the same ability to dialogue with modernity while remaining close to local tradition. Therefore, they allow us to rethink the role played by their projects in the architectural culture of their time beyond the habitual reading of the binomial centre/ periphery diffused by historiography.

Document Type Conference object
Language English
Contributor(s) CARDOSO, Alexandra; MAIA, Maria Helena; TREVISAN, Alexandra
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