Humanities
University of Dubai Difference Between Modernism and Post Modernism PPT

Canadian University of Dubai

Question Description

I’m working on a History exercise and need support.

POWERPOINT PRESENTATION

FIRST THE CLASS EXERCISE BEFORE BEING ABLE TO ANSWER THE QUESTIONS BELOW AND THE PPT ARE ALSO A REFERENCE FOR THE PROJECT

3. Assignment Process

1.Students are asked to individually read the provided chapter, analyzing it and understanding its main points, in addition to conducting additional research, everything should be referenced.

2.The students are asked to answer the following question.

1.What are the main differences between Modernism & Post Modernism? (independent research and chapter)

2.How does Charles Jencks define Post Modernism, as per the chapter?

3.For Charles Jencks, what was wrong with Modernism?

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Final Answer

Attached.

Difference between Modernism
and Post Modernism

Major Differences between
Modernism & Post Modernism
Modernism
• Modernism-architectural period product of cultural
and societal foment
• Triggered by the industrial revolution.
• The era allowed for the tremendous growth of cities
in Britain, North America, and in Europe
• Pioneering techniques of mass production and the
assembly line
• Identical consumer items
• Efficient use of designs; uniformity and functionality

Major Differences between
Modernism & Post Modernism
Modernism
• No façade and pomposity in designs
• Lacked decorative use of material
• Elegance of the structures based on functionality
and symmetrical designs
• Organized with the norms of rationality
• Use of newer materials; iron, steel, and concrete
• Materials favored increased experimentation

Modernism: Chandigarh by Le
Corbusier

Major Differences between
Modernism & Post Modernism
Modernism
• Political practices had tremendous influence and
gave birth to new ideologies.
• Housing for the masses
• Nearly identical and large-scale concrete and
glass apartment blocks
• Modernist architects-viewed buildings as
machines for dwelling
• Form was guided by function...

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