Modernism refers to the avant-garde movement centered around the 1920s.
This trend influenced architecture, literature, and everything related to life.
New trends such as Art Deco brought back by artists who participated in the 1925 Paris World's Fair had a great influence on the field of crafts. Works with sharp lines and high design quality were created one after another.
In the field of architecture, Kyoto Institute of Technology's `` Professor Kasahara's Modern Architecture Salon - 10 Masterpiece Modernist Buildings to Leave for Posterity' '
We define modernism as follows.
・Ideology: Functionalism, rationalism ・Form: Elimination of decoration, abstraction ・Materials: Concrete, iron
Modernism refers to the avant-garde trend that began in the 1920s.
This trend affected everything related to architecture, literature and life.
New trends such as Art Deco, brought back by the artists who participated in the 1925 Paris Exposition, also had a major impact on the field of crafts. Sharp lines and highly designed pieces produced were one after another.
In the field of architecture, the Kyoto Institute of Technology's
'Dr Kasahara's Modern Architecture Salon - 10 masterpieces of modernist architecture that should be preserved for future generations.'
defines modernism as follows
Ideas: functionalism, rationalism.
Form: Elimination of ornamentation, abstraction.
Materials: concrete, steel.