Monday, July 27, 2015

Style Spotlight: Constructivism

The Constructivist Movement started in Russia in 1919. The main aim of the movement in architecture was to encourage and implement avant-garde into every day design. Designers were creating art for social change. It had an influence on the Bauhaus and De Stijl movements as well. It was geometric, yet experimental; minimal, and technologically advanced. Utilitarianism was one aspect of it as well: letting the materials speak for themselves.

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