New Architecture for a New Man. De Stijl and the Process of Redesigning Architecture in the Age of Modernism
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This article presents the activities of the De Stijl group that was active in the Netherlands after World War I in all its forms (activities of artists, a magazine, architectural style). The ideas of De Stijl were created for a ‘new man’ — a man of modernity who was not afraid of the unknown. The Rietveld-Schröderhuis in Utrecht is the most visible example of the new thinking by De Stijl.
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