IHBC’s heritage business register HESPR – our Historic Environment Service Providers Recognition quality assurance scheme for heritage services – emails members weekly ‘News and Tender Alerts’, and this week features Archdaily highlighting ‘5 Art Movements that Influenced Architecture’ alongside our regular #IHBC MarketPlace – Aberdeen 2022 notice.
… art and architecture have always been interrelated disciplines…
Dima Stouhi writes for Archdaily:
As far as history goes back, art and architecture have always been interrelated disciplines. From the elaboration of the Baroque movement, to the geometric framework of modernism, architects found inspiration from stylistic approaches, techniques, and concepts of historic art movements, and translated them into large-scale habitable structures. In this article, we explore 5 of many art movements that paved the way for modern day architecture…..
Art historians have conflicting stories of who was the founder of the Jugendstil movement. It is believed by some that during the late-19th-early-20th century, Swiss artist Hermann Obrist launched the Jugendstil art movement in Munich, taking inspiration from the German arts magazine Die Jugend (German for: the youth)…..
Considered as a ‘rebellious and revolutionary’ art movement in the early twentieth century, Dada art is said to have been first created at an artistic nightclub in Zurich, Switzerland called ‘Cabaret Voltaire’ after many war-opposing creatives seeked refuge in the country….
…..In 1917, the Netherlands-based De Stijl movement, led by the painters Theo van Doesburg and Piet Mondrian, wanted to highlight the ideal fusion of form and function…
IHBC writes on #IHBC MarketPlace – Aberdeen 2022
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