Vernacular Modernism
Heimat, Globalization, and the Built Environment
Edited by Maiken Umbach and Bernd Hüppauf


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Vernacular Modernism


Introduction: Vernacular Modernism, by Bernd Hppauf and Maiken Umbach

1.      Modernism and the Vernacular at the Museum of Modern Art, New York, by Mardges Bacon

2.      At Home in the Ironic Imagination: The Rational Vernacular and Spectacular Texts, by Mike Saler

3.      Spaces of the Vernacular: Ernst Bloch's Philosophy of Hope and the German Hometown, by Bernd Hppauf

4.      The Deutscher Werkbund, Globalization, and the Invention of Modern Vernaculars, by Maiken Umbach

5.      The Modern, the Vernacular and Le Corbusier, by Francesco Passanti

6.      The Vernacular, Memory and Architecture, by Stanford Anderson

7.      The Vernacular in Place and Time: Relocating History in Post-Soviet Cities, by John Czaplicka

Epilogue: Critical Regionalism RevisitedReflections in the Mediatory Potential of the Built Form, by Kenneth Frampton