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Horst E. & Ingelore K. Ehlers:
EERO SAARINEN PROJECTS FOR INDUSTRY AND COMMERCE:
GENERAL MOTORS, IBM, BELL, DEERE

Eero Saarinen, of Finnish origin, became one of the leading American post-war architects, winning international acclaim for his sculptural buildings for TWA at Kennedy Airport in New York and Dulles Airport in Washington. Between 1948 and 1961 he was responsible for designing three of America's largest research and development centers for General Motors, IBM and Bell: companies that epitomized scientific progress, rapid technological development and intense interdisciplinary teamwork.

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Architectural guide Seoul

Ulf Meyer: Architectural guide Seoul

Seoul is a blossoming and booming metropolis with an increasingly vibrant architectural scene. In recent years, South-Korean architecture has received unprecedented international attention. Not only have buildings by Korean architects received worldwide acclaim, there is also a number of projects by foreign architects, that give an international flavour to the architectural scene.

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Fascismo abbandonato. The Children's Colonie of Mussolini's Italy

„Fascismo abbandonato“ shows the ruins of children’s holiday camps of the fascist Italy. Dan Dubowitz recorded them in 12 photographic series showing their decay as relics of a megalomaniac architecture of Mussolini’s regime.

The ‘colonie’ – holiday centres for children – were established under Mussolini’s Fascist regime to empower and indoctrinate the Italian youth. From the beginning of the 1930ies the Italian state ran a building programme to errect camps at the coasts of the Adriatic and Tyrrhenian Sea where hundreds of children could spend their holidays.

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