DOCOMOMO JOURNAL 33: The Modern Movement in the Caribbean Islands

Author: Eduardo Luis Rodríguez & Gustavo Luis Moré (guest editors), Maria Elena Martin Zequeira,

Publisher: DOCOMOMO International Paris (2005)

Dimensions (length x width x height): 21 cm × 1 cm × 30 cm

Pages: 96

Language: English

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Docomomo Journal 33 (September 2005)

Introduction: The Sinuous Path of the Modern Movement in the Caribbean Islands by Eduardo Luis Rodríguez & Gustavo Luis Moré

Cuba: Theory and Practice of Modern Regionalism in Cuba by Eduardo Luis Rodríguez The National Art Schools of Havana: Restoration of an Architectural Landmark by Maria Elena Martin Zequeira

Puerto Rico: Modern Puerto Rico and Henry Klumb by Enrique Vivoni-Farage Toro y Ferrer, Architects: Ten Years of Reasonable Architecture in Puerto Rico by Juan Marqués Mera

Dominican Republic: The Transition to Modernity by Gustavo Luis Moré Santo Domingo: Modernity and Dictatorship by Omar Rancier

Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago: Social and Public Architecture in Kingston, Jamaica by Jacquiann Lawton Modern Trinidad Outlined and the Works of Colin Laird and Anthony Lewis by Mark Raymond

French West Indies Martinique: Case Studies in Modernism by Emmanuelle Gallo & Jean Doucet Guadeloupe: The Modern Transition by Christian Galpin

Conclusion: A European Glance in the Mirror of Caribbean Modern Architecture by Victor Pérez Escolano