Doubt it.

Regarding “modernistic” architecture:

“But modernism of the heroic period, from 1920 to 1939, is dead, and it died first in the blockhouses of Utah beach and the Siegfried line. Yet in its heyday between the wars, modernism was a vast utopian project, and perhaps the last utopian project we will ever see, now that we are well aware that all utopias have their dark side.”

See the full article at The Guardian.

(Via BoingBoing.)



1 Comment

  1. Sleeve Consequences

    . . . says J.G. Ballard, who unveiled the dark side of utopias, novel after novel. Cool link.

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