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Old Posted Apr 25, 2013, 6:17 PM
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Functionalist Buildings In Your Region...

I really like functionalist architecture and I decided to make a thread about it. Post here pictures of finest examples of functionalist architecture.
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Old Posted Apr 25, 2013, 6:35 PM
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Some functionalist buildings in Estonia:

The Pärnu Beach Hotel, Pärnu, Estonia, 1937. Architect: Olev Siinmaa.

(estonica.org)

Rüütli 1a, Pärnu, Olev Siinmaa, 1932- 1933

(panoramio/artis z)
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It depends on how you define the style. "Funkis" as it is called in Swedish is very, very common. There is also no clear-cut line between it and modernism. Nor between either of those and the commieblock burbs. In the last 20ish years the dominant style here hase ben neo-funcionalism (nyfunkis), which is usually bland boxes. that have hints of urbanism but are almost invariably part of anti-urban modernist "urban"planning.
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@Swede: I mean 20's and 30's modern architecture in Europe.
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@Swede: I mean 20's and 30's modern architecture in Europe.
thefirstone it's art deco - streamline, and the second it's modernist.
some modernist and art deco buildings from my city Constanta.























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Groothandelsgebouw (trade centre) in Rotterdam is a Dutch example


(my pic)

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http://www.architectuur.org/bouwwerk...elsgebouw.html
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