1910s Architecture

The 1910s was a pivotal decade in the evolution of architecture, marking the transition from traditional, ornamental designs toward modernism. The dominant architectural styles of the era, such as Art Nouveau, Edwardian, and Beaux-Arts, were challenged by emerging movements like Futurism in Italy and the Vienna Secession in Austria, led by figures like Adolf Loos. This period saw the rise of simplistic and functional designs, a growing emphasis on the use of new materials such as steel and concrete, and an increased focus on industrial aesthetics and efficiency. These changes in the 1910s laid the groundwork for the radical transformations of architecture that would come in the following decades.

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