1990’s Architecture

The architecture of the 1990s was marked by a shift away from the minimalism and functionalism of the previous decade towards a more eclectic and decorative style. The era saw a resurgence of historical references and a return to ornamentation in design. The use of new digital technologies allowed architects to experiment with complex forms and shapes, leading to a new generation of iconic buildings. The Deconstructivist movement, associated with architects like Frank Gehry, was also a prominent feature of the period. Additionally, the 1990s saw the rise of the “Starchitect” phenomenon, with architects like Zaha Hadid and Rem Koolhaas becoming household names.

Post-Modernism | Rationalism | Deconstructivism | Blobitecture | Sustainable Architecture

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