MANIFESTATIONS OF ARCHITECTURAL POLICY IN THE LITHUANIAN PRESS DURING INTERWAR PERIOD (1918-1940): BETWEEN REPRESENTATION AND SOCIAL JUSTICE (Lithuanian title - below)
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(Title in Lithuanian - 'Architekturos politikos apraiskos Lietuvos tarpukario (1918-1940 m.) periodikoje: tarp reprezentacijos ir socialinio teisingumo'). The paper concentrates on architectural discourse of the interwar period (1918-1940) of Lithuania. The main objective of the paper is to represent the history of the Lithuanian architectural thought of the period through analysis of the interwar press. Due to a wide scope of the problem the paper is devoted to one of the major problems of architectural theory - relation of policy/power and space. Following publications in the press, a few dominant aspects of the problem were distinquished: representation of the state (as an exemplar element of global political ideology), and issues of social housing (as illustration of local, towards practical decisions oriented policy). It is discovered that the dominant theoretical position concerning the matters of spatial representation is discussions on 'national style'. While the socio-political discourse of Modern Movement mainly concentrates on discussions about 'social housing colonies'.
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