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Title: Round-trip. External influence on the Spanish architecture (in modernity, and some consequences)
Authors: Sosa Díaz-Saavedra, José Antonio 
Alonso Rohner, Evelyn
UNESCO Clasification: 6201 Arquitectura
Keywords: Historia de la arquitectura
Arquitectura española
Siglo XX
Issue Date: 2019
Journal: Estoa-Revista De La Facultad De Arquitectura Y Urbanismo De La Universidadde Cuenca 
Abstract: Modern architecture in Spain went from being purely recipient of ideas, becoming an exporter of ideas and forms. The first modern Architects began studying the formulas and programs developed abroad, nonetheless in order to build them they had to use traditional techniques. This entailed an interesting contribution: the ingeniousness and self-confidence in the use of the local techniques. During the second modernity, this issue was even more accentuated. The international architecture incorporated industrial materials that did not exist in post-war Spain. The process repeats itself: the more innovation, the more inventiveness; to the point of moving forward in authentically innovative ways. Only at the end of the autarchic period, an important change takes place, incorporating concepts and thoughts to the architectural project. Through this historical journey, we will analyze the evolution and important conceptual changes that afterwards defined the new Spanish architecture.
ISSN: 1390-7263
DOI: 10.18537/est.v008.n016.a08
Source: Estoa [ISSN 1390-9274], v. 8 (16), p. 97-109
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