DOCOMOMO JOURNAL 34: France-Brazil Round Trip

Author: Anat Falbel (guest editor), Edison Cabalfin, Andrés Téllez,

Publisher: DOCOMOMO International Paris (2006)

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

Pages: 98

Language: English

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Docomomo Journal 34 (March 2006)

Docomomo International

Docomomo News

25 Houses in Santiago, Chile, 1935–50 by Andrés Téllez
Modernizing the Native: The Vernacular and the Nation in Philippine Modern Architecture by Edison Cabalfin
Le Corbusier’s Floating Asylum is Sinking by Katya Samardzic
The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly by Geoff Rich

Transatlantic ImpressionsFrance-Brazil Exchanges:
Introduction by Hugo Segawa & Anat Falbel
France-Brazil Between 1920 and 1950: Recognizing Oneself in the “Other” – Otherness as a Mirror of Similarity by Maria Stella Martins Bresciani
Immigrant Architects in Brazil: An Historiographical Issue by Anat Falbel
Brazilian Presence in the Historiography of Twentieth-Century Architecture by Mônica Junqueria de Camargo
Paris-Rio Round-Trip: Le Corbusier’s Landscape Architecture Project by Yannis Tsiomis
Le Corbusier’s Contradictory Project for the MES in Rio de Janiero (1936) by Robert Segre
About the Pinnacle of Brazilian Architecture by Gérard Monnier

Endangered Contexts:
Modernism and Politics: German National Socialism to English Rural Conservatism by James Lewis

Book Reviews:
Alan Powers: Modern: The Modern Movement in Britain by Dennis Sharp
Marie-Josée Therrien: L’Architecture des Ambassades Canadiennes, 1930–2005 by Marc Grignon
Max Page & Randall Mason: Giving Preservation a History: Histories of Historic Preservation in the United States by Brett Tippey