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Old May 4th, 2012, 11:00 PM   #201
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Old May 4th, 2012, 11:01 PM   #202
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Old May 5th, 2012, 06:36 PM   #203
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oh! tell me that this building is protected!! at minimum the facade!
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Old May 6th, 2012, 04:26 PM   #204
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oh! tell me that this building is protected!! at minimum the facade!
But, this building is not Art Nouveau, it's art déco
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Old May 6th, 2012, 10:54 PM   #205
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yes, it's protected the facade...
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Old May 6th, 2012, 11:33 PM   #206
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Palermo, Italy

the Art Nouveau neighborhood


Charleston Restaurant and beach services






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Old May 7th, 2012, 11:47 PM   #207
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Mercado de Colón / Valencia, spain
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Old May 8th, 2012, 02:19 AM   #208
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¿Qué es el Modernismo? ¿Qué es el Art Nouveau? En la Argentina, son básicamente lo mismo. El estilo que en Francia se llamó Art Nouveau fue rebautizado de distintas maneras: Jugendstil en Austria, Liberty en Italia o Modernisme en Cataluña. Precisamente fueron los catalanes los que lo importaron a la Argentina.

La característica esencial del estilo son los arcos de gran radio de curvatura, que podemos ver por ejemplo en las ventanas y en las rejas. Otros detalles básicos los constituyen la barroca ornaméntica, los balcones "sinuosos", los óculos y ventanas estilo "boca de pescado", los templetes vidriados o las composiciones en mayólicas que suelen coronar las fachadas.

En la Argentina, la única ciudad que tuvo arquitecto modernista "dedicado" fue Rosario, adonde fue a recalar Francesc Roca i Simó (en realidad mallorquín, pero formado en Barcelona). Él creó obras inmortales como el Club Español o el edificio Transatlántica, e inspiró a seguidores como el francés Le Monnier, que también dejó un buen puñado de obras en el estilo, la mayoría hoy lamentablemente demolidas.

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El rey de todos, el Palacio Cabanellas:











Detalle de mayólicas:






Teatro Nicasio Oroño (me encanta este edificio):






Diario Rosario/12:






Club Español:









Edificio Transatlántica:









Asociación Española:








Detalle de mayólicas:






Santa Fe al 1800:












Frente a Plaza Pringles:












Palacio Remonda Monserrat, sede de, precisamente, el bar La Sede:





Tiene dos salas de café concert con espectáculos separados viernes, sábado y domingo; en ese sentido me parece que es único en el interior:





De noche su aspecto es aún más fantasmagórico:


Esta casa sobre Presidente Roca es uno de los hitos del Nouveau rosarino:


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Old July 6th, 2012, 05:26 AM   #209
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Old July 6th, 2012, 11:44 AM   #210
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Esta casa sobre Presidente Roca es uno de los hitos del Nouveau rosarino:
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Old July 7th, 2012, 10:53 PM   #211
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woow, amaizing buildings!!!
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http://farm3.staticflickr.com/2423/3...dbc3acff_b.jpg
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These exemples are wonderful
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Old July 24th, 2012, 01:17 PM   #213
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Old July 24th, 2012, 07:30 PM   #214
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Old July 25th, 2012, 03:07 PM   #215
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I can't speak for Sweden, but had the same here in Norway with large project trying to remove German influence in our architecture and make our cities appear more Norwegian (in practice this meant concrete and modernism for the win). This was done because Germans and everything influenced by them was consider to be something belonging in a dark past, and leftover after the evil occupiers (Norways was occupied by the Nazis during the war).
Sorry to answer to your post after so much time, but this is among the most stupid decicions made by governements after WW2. removing "german" influence in architektur by replacing it with modernism which is originated in Germany either... it even was known in some areas as "German Stile" at its beginning.
With that same excuse you could have leveled all of your citis completely including anything mediaval, because these stiles are all some sort of "german" (quite common if your cultural heritage is likely the same over millenia) as well and replaced it with skandinavian stile wood buildings...

Its just like the removal of baroque facades on polish cathedrals after WW2 to show their gothic (and so propagandized polish) origins even when the original curch was build by german architects

So, some Jugendstil examples of Darmstadt, which had an extensive amount on Mathildenhöhe at "künstlerkolonie" (art colony) build in several art exhibitions.




http://www.geo.de/reisen/community/b...lerkolonie.jpg


http://www.guenter-hauenstein.de/jug...t_atelier1.jpg



some other remaining ones:

interior of the "Jugenstilbad"


http://test.relaunch-ramada.de/filea...1210671807.jpg

Darmstadt central station


http://www.film-commission-hessen.de...2-SSL19964.JPG


http://artnouveau.pagesperso-orange....armstadt_l.jpg
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Old July 26th, 2012, 10:08 PM   #216
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Casa Fernandini (Mix of styles including Art Noveau)



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Old July 27th, 2012, 01:18 AM   #217
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Sorry to answer to your post after so much time, but this is among the most stupid decicions made by governements after WW2. removing "german" influence in architektur by replacing it with modernism which is originated in Germany either... it even was known in some areas as "German Stile" at its beginning.
With that same excuse you could have leveled all of your citis completely including anything mediaval, because these stiles are all some sort of "german" (quite common if your cultural heritage is likely the same over millenia) as well and replaced it with skandinavian stile wood buildings...

Its just like the removal of baroque facades on polish cathedrals after WW2 to show their gothic (and so propagandized polish) origins even when the original curch was build by german architects
Yes, it is/was stupid. Post war planning of cities Norway have consisted of one stupid decision by another. There is a reason why pretty much every Norwegian city looks like a ugly, depressive and desolated mess. Just take a look in Google street view. Sadly our heritage body love what have happened to our cities. A lot of it is already protected and more and more gets added every day. Here is an example of a protected building ():

Google link: https://maps.google.no/maps?q=Hamar&...5.71,,0,-29.72

Add other cases where we have lost historic buildings (some war damage, fires/accidents, demolishing of slums and "functionalism"architects that have tried their best do knock down historism buildings) and I would be surprised if more than 10-20% of our building mass from late 19th century/early 20th century is still standing. And the buildings that have been lost were in many cases the best and most impressive ones.
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Old July 28th, 2012, 05:22 PM   #218
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Old July 30th, 2012, 04:03 PM   #219
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Palace Hotel Zagreb – Croatia
It's not an Art Nouveau. It;s a baroque revival.
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It's not an Art Nouveau. It;s a baroque revival.
Enjoying a superb location in central Zagreb, the traditional Art Nouveau Palace Hotel Zagreb...

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The traditional Art Nouveau Palace Hotel Zagreb offers....
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