New Sensualism

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New Sensualism. Architecture by e.g. Candela, Le Corbusier, Nervi, Rudolph, Saarinen, Utzon, Yamasaki and others, who, after the 1939–45 war, exploited plastic form and created buildings unlike the style adopted for International Modernism from the time of the Weissenhofsiedlung (1927).

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Progressive Architecture, xl/9 (Sept. 1959), 141–7, and xl/10 (Oct. 1959), 180–7