1. Architecture intended for use by the mass of people as social beings as a reaction against architecture concerned with form and style supposedly for the dominant members of society.
2. Schools and other buildings erected after the 1939–45 war in England incorporating scientific method, prefabrication, and industrialized building as part of the Modern Movement.
C. R. Hatch (1984);
R. Sommer (1983)
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