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Old April 12th, 2016, 10:21 PM   #281
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Kunstnernes Hus/The house of artists in Oslo. From 1930. Architects: Gudolf Blakstad and Herman Munthe-Kaas.





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Old April 22nd, 2016, 10:08 PM   #282
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The Sundt department store in Bergen. Completed in 1938 to a design by Per Grieg.


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Old April 23rd, 2016, 01:13 AM   #283
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Sauda III power station from 1930.






Sauda III by NVE, on Flickr


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Old May 17th, 2016, 03:44 AM   #284
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Casa del Sol, Roma. 1930. Architect: Innocenzo Sabbatini. It could need a renovation though.


http://www.panoramio.com/photo/92182207


casa del sole by Flemming Ibsen, on Flickr


Casa economica ICP_S.Ippolito II_10 by Architettiamoci.it, on Flickr


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Old May 17th, 2016, 03:49 PM   #285
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Only one building in Bucharest from this style was ever pristinely restored in Bucharest.
You've done a good job promoting Bucharest's architecture, TOG. But I have to say that the building that I find the best modernist building in the city, at least my favourite, has also been beautifully restored some time ago: the Library of the Romanian Academy (architect Duiliu Marcu). Sadly I can't find really great pictures of it so I can share them, it's hidden behind trees and the angles aren't good for photographing it.



http://www.cugetliber.ro/stiri-cultu...tionale-127070



http://politici.weebly.com/bucuresti...iei-no-121-129



https://ro.wikipedia.org/wiki/Biblio...ei_Rom%C3%A2ne



http://www.biblacad.ro/

It's much more beautiful than that in the flesh, promise.

EDIT: just stumbled upon another angle of it, seen from the Academy's garden rather than from the street:



http://autosworld.eu/forum/index.php?topic=3871.20

I didn't even know it looks like that because the place is not a public space and we are allowed to enter. ****'em!

I had to go on google's Sattelite 3D view in order to confirm that it actually is a pic of the Library as seen from the private garden: https://www.google.fr/maps/place/Buc...4!4d26.1025384
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Old May 17th, 2016, 04:25 PM   #286
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Croatian chamber of commerce in Split, built around 1930.

Very interesting case of neoclassical scaled down and adapted to a more human scale. Very ahead of its time - this style is used a lot nowadays (by which I mean since the 90s) as one of the main styles for retro vernacular housing, in Europe and beyond.

This bellow is also very interesting to me: it must probably be the inspiration for a whole genre of French housing in the post-war era (think of the new blocks in the port of Marseille and everything that looks like that).

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Torino, Italy
via Roma (1931-1938)
arch. Marcello Piacentini



Torino - I portici della Via Roma di Frank Smout, su Flickr
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Old May 17th, 2016, 06:05 PM   #287
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Palazzo del Governatore, Rhodes. Built in 1926. Architect: Florestano Di Fausto.


https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/F...ecanese_01.jpg


https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/F...ecanese_02.jpg


http://whileatsea.tumblr.com


http://www.rhodesinfo.eu/index.php/e...-s-palace.html


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Old May 17th, 2016, 10:14 PM   #288
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Cŕ Bruta, Milan. Completed in 1923. Architect: Giovanni Muzio. It's large cmplex spanning two blocks and consisting of around 100 apartments. It is considered to be among the main works of the Novecento Italiano movement. It is also noteable for having among the first subterrain car parks in Italy.


Ca' Brütta, Milano by Xavier de Jauréguiberry, on Flickr


Ca’ Brutta by Arnout Fonck, on Flickr


Ca Bruta by Arnout Fonck, on Flickr


https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/F...ison_Laide.JPG


Ca Bruta by Arnout Fonck, on Flickr


Ca' Brutta by milanophotogallery, on Flickr


http://www.studioarchitetturamuzio.i...7083/ca-brutta
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Il grattacielo (meaning simply the skyscraper) from 1927 in La Spezia. Architect: Raffaele Bibbiani.


http://en.wikigogo.org/en/53070/


http://www.federicalatri.it/?attachment_id=4772


https://www.behance.net/gallery/2309...st-First-price


http://www.cittadellaspezia.com/foto...-d-1331_1.aspx


http://www.gazzettadellaspezia.it/
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Buon Pastore is a vast complex on the outskirts of Rome built between 1929 and 1943 to a design by Armando Brasini. It's kind of how hard to find good pictures that properly convey the splendor of the Brasinis architecture. In fact it is properly hard to find any pictures at all. It currently houses a high school and a university faculty.


http://valledeicasali.blogspot.no/20...costruito.html


http://valledeicasali.blogspot.no/20...costruito.html


http://valledeicasali.blogspot.no/20...costruito.html


http://made-in-rome.com/i-luoghi/com...-buon-pastore/


http://www.romalaziofilmcommission.i...6a33286055f35b


http://www.iisviasilvestri.it/la-storia.html
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Beresford Hotel (1938) Glasgow.

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Villa Stenersen, Oslo, Norway. Completed in 1939. Architect: Arne Korsmo.


http://www.arnelangleite.com/spaces/?p=794


oslo16 by Helge Olav Ramstad, on Flickr


28 February, 15.51 by Timo Arnall, on Flickr


oslo19 by Helge Olav Ramstad, on Flickr


Villa Stenersen by Scott Brügmann-Engene, on Flickr


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Villa Bryn, Oslo, Norway. From 1930. Architect: Arne Kosmo and Sverre Aasland.


https://lokalhistoriewiki.no/index.php/Arne_Korsmo


http://fra-balkongen.blogspot.no/201...avna-alle.html


http://www.byggogbevar.no/pusse-opp-...unksjonen.aspx
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ZAGREB in 1930s


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ZAGREB

The Esplanade Zagreb Hotel is a historic luxury hotel in Zagreb, Croatia. It was built in 1925 to provide accommodation for passengers of the famous Orient Express train, which traveled between Paris and Istanbul.

Many world famous personalities have stayed there, including: Josephine Baker, Charles Lindbergh, Orson Welles, Vivien Leigh, Alfred Hitchcock, Leonid Brezhnev, Elizabeth Taylor, Sophia Loren, Andrew Dickson, Louis Armstrong, Francis Ford Coppola, Queen Elizabeth II, Ella Fitzgerald, Richard Nixon, Pele, Catherine Deneuve, Tina Turner, Samantha Fox, Nelson Piquet, Woody Allen, Garry Kasparov, and Pierce Brosnan.





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A collection of interbellum palaces and houses of Belgrade, the capital of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovens (later renamed into Yugoslavia). All of the buildings are featured on beogradskonasledje.rs (Belgrade's heritage).

The house of Dragoljub Gošić in Belgrade, Serbia. It was built as a ground-floor house in 1927-28 by architect Vojislav Kostić and was extended in 1933 by Jan Dubovi.


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