1970’s Architecture

The architecture of the 1970s was characterized by a return to a more functional, stripped-down aesthetic, following the excesses of the previous decade’s Googie and Pop styles. The focus shifted to simplicity, minimalism, and a more human-centered approach. There was a trend towards designs that integrated technology and sustainability into the built environment, leading to the development of innovative building materials, such as steel and glass, and construction methods. Some of the notable architects and buildings from this era include Louis Kahn, Richard Rogers, and the Pompidou Centre in Paris.

 Postmodernism | Brutalism | Deconstructivism | Minimalism

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