Critical study for the architectural transformations and changes in the middle of the twentieth century and the countercurrents in the architecture schools of thought until the contemporary era, the structural transformations in the project of Modernism after WWII and the globalization of architecture, studying the critical frameworks for the project of Modernism and conducting a comparison with the social, technical and territorial transformations that led to the emergence of Modernism, the emergence of countercurrents as alternatives to Modernism, Post Modernism and late Modernism, the impact of all these architectural approaches on contemporary architecture schools of thought. (Lecture 3 hours.)

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