Guerra civile e architettura spagnola moderna: la fine di un sogno

In the early thirties in Catalonia there is an evident identification of interests between a group of young architects interested in modernization and the republican and progressive policy. Together they try to modify the citizens’ living conditions. Politicians and architects share the same concern for the lodging of working classes, the town planning, the design of public and social use and for protection of the artistic heritage. After the war because of this identification between the innovative architecture movement and the Republic, the modern architecture is rejected and many of its protagonists underwent acts of retaliation (imprisonment, professional disqualification, exile…) ​
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