Atlas of the functional city : CIAM 4 and comparative urban analysis / editors, Evelien van Es [and five others] ; with contributions of Enrico Chapel [and 26 others].
Contributor(s): Chapel, Enrico [contributor.] | Es, Evelien van [editor.].Material type: BookDescription: 480 pages : illustrations (some color), maps (chiefly color) ; 31 cm.ISBN: 9789068686487.Other title: Atlas of the functional city : Congres International d'Architecture Moderne 4 and comparative urban analysis | Functional city.Subject(s): Le Corbusier, 1887-1965. Charte d'Ath?enes | International Congresses for Modern Architecture (4th : 1933 : Athens, Greece) -- Influence | Architecture -- History -- Sources | City planning -- Case studies -- Congresses | City planning -- Congresses | City planning -- History -- SourcesDDC classification:
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Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
City analysis : Model map I-III -- Key to maps I-III -- Belgium : A peculiar meeting between Nikolaj Miljutin and Patrick Geddes / Iwan Strauven -- Czechoslovakia : Ideological differences preventing fruitful interaction / Klaus Spechtenhauser, Daniel Weiss -- The Dutch East Indies : An ineffective shot across the bows / Pauline K.M. van Roosmalen -- France : From Paris to Athens / Enrico Chapel -- Germany : Established modernists go into exile, younger members go to Athens / Gregor Harbusch, Daniel Weiss, Konstanze Sylva Domhardt, Muriel P?erez -- Great Britain / In search of the linear city / John R. Gold -- Greece : The history behind the myth / Helen Fess?as-Emmanou?il -- Hungary : City analysis, social commitment or cold professionalism? / Andr?as Ferkai -- Indochina : A colonial resort as functional city / Eric T. Jennings -- Italy : Fascist pride and city planning / Paolo Nicoloso -- The Netherlands : Collectivity, guidance and dedication: Van Eesteren and his fellow campaigners / Kees Somer -- Norway : Duty and engagement: Oslo, Munthe-Kaas and PLAN respond to CIAM 4 / Espen Johnsen -- Poland : Planning a European capital for a new state / Martin Kohlrausch -- Spain : A short but extremely productive period: Catalan architects enter the international arena / Josep M. Rovira -- Sweden : Functionalist pursuits in the 'people's house' / David Kuchenbuch -- Switzerland : A strong collective firmly believing in statistics / Daniel Weiss -- The United States : The changing forms of metropolitan North America / Eric Mumford -- Yugoslavia : Home and life; or, how do people live in Zagreb? / Tamara Bja?zi?c Klarin -- The unrealized analysis: 'long since I haven't heard from you' / Rainer Sch?utzeichel -- Results : Conclusions of the Fourth Congress -- The exhibition 'Housing, working, traffic, recreation in the contemporary city': a reconstruction / Evelien van Es -- The Historische Tabelle des St?adtebaus / Daniel Weiss -- CIAM 4 chronology / Daniel Weiss, Gregor Harbusch.
Preface / Maurits de Hoog ; Vittorio Magnago Lampugnani -- A major heritage and an unpublished book: introduction to the Atlas of the functional city / Daniel Weiss, Gregor Harbusch, Bruno Maurer -- Essays : Thematic mapping as an analytical tool: CIAM 4 and problems of visualization in modern town planning / Enrico Chapel -- In search of a better world: Cornelis van Eesteren and the rise of urban planning / Vincent van Rossem -- Function and the comparative method: an essay in reconstructing theory / Sokratis Georgiadis -- The conception, production and language of the maps / Ute Schneider -- A clear message to the outside world: Drawing conclusions and publishing the results of CIAM 4 / Kees Somer -- Zoning bien d?efini? / Sophie Wolfrum -- Mediterranean recreation --
"The legendary fourth CIAM congress took place aboard a ship on the Mediterranean Sea in 1933. Led by Le Corbusier, Cornelis van Eesteren and Sigfried Giedion and themed 'The Functional City', it is considered to be a pinnacle of urbanism. Participants analysed 34 cities on the basis of maps specially produced for the congress, and the results were shown at an exhibition in Amsterdam's Stedelijk Museum in 1935. Plans for a publication were interrupted by the war, and the material has until now remained unpublished. This systematic overview of the CIAM 4 city maps offers new perspectives at a crucial moment for urbanism today"--Back cover.