Charles Jencks Architecture Of The Jumping Universe-clip_2899

Charles Jencks grounds modernism in the Newtonian cosmology and its concept of mathematical order. He also links modern architecture with corporate ideas of power and image, using Nazi architecture as evidence political might displayed through formal order. Jencks describes the political alignment of Mies van der Rohe, as illustrated by his Lake Shore Drive Residence and IBM Center projects in Chicago.


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Jencks, Charles. & SCI-Arc Media Archive. (April 04, 1995). Charles Jencks Architecture Of The Jumping Universe. Southern California Institute of Architecture.


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Jencks, Charles. April 04, 1995. "Charles Jencks Architecture Of The Jumping Universe." In SCI-Arc Media Archive. Southern California Institute of Architecture. <https://sma.sciarc.edu/video/charles-jencks-architecture-of-the-jumping-universe/>. (September 20, 2017).


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Jencks, Charles. (April 04, 1995). Charles Jencks Architecture Of The Jumping Universe. SCI-Arc Media Archive: Southern California Institute of Architecture. https://sma.sciarc.edu/video/charles-jencks-architecture-of-the-jumping-universe/.


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Jencks, Charles. "Charles Jencks Architecture Of The Jumping Universe." SCI-Arc Media Archive. Southern California Institute of Architecture. 04 Apr. 1995. <https://sma.sciarc.edu/video/charles-jencks-architecture-of-the-jumping-universe/>.


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Jencks, Charles. Charles Jencks Architecture Of The Jumping Universe. SCI-Arc Media Archive: Southern California Institute of Architecture, April 04, 1995. <https://sma.sciarc.edu/video/charles-jencks-architecture-of-the-jumping-universe/>.


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