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CIAM

(Congrès Internationaux d’Architecture Moderne) (1928–)
A declaration signed by 24 architects, representing France (6), Switzerland (6), Germany (3), Holland (3), Italy (2), Spain (2), Austria (1), and Belgium (1), emphasizing “building” rather than architecture. Advocated the introduction of efficient production methods in the building industry.
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Instead its structure simply follows the cool principles of Fordist architecture as promoted by the CIAM or the Bauhaus (stylistically Prora was a compromise: the moderately modern residence wings--today, they resemble the housing scheme of the fifties--were contrasted both with the neo-classical festival-hall and with the ultra-modern dining tracts and cafes).
Lorenzo Ferrero, Chair of CIAM, stated: "Since the 2013 CIAM Congress in Costa Rica, we creators believe that a non-governmental approach, such as the Fair Trade Music Project, could stimulate studies and awareness of the issues related to fair compensation in the digital field,'' adding, "The conclusions of this study are extremely important for us.
As a member of the Twentieth-Century Group in 1930, of Unit One, and as a Modernist infiltrator of the Design and Industries Association, Coates' organisational peak came in February 1933 when he founded the MARS (Modern Architectural Research) Group as the British chapter of CIAM.
Greber's architecture evolved from the classical (1929 Rodin Museum with Paul Cret) to the modern (1962 Esso Building, La Defense), [88] his landscape repertoire expanded from the jardin a la francaise to incorporate wilderness parks, and his planning embraced the CIAM without adopting their urban design manifesto.
Les CIAM sont les Conferences internationales d'architecture moderne qui se sont deroulees entre 1928 et 1959.
Paul Reid of CIAM comments We are very pleased to be working with M at this estate where there are many opportunities to enhance the income profile and substantially improve value.
By that time architects and planners of CIAM outlined the new modern city encouraging healthy living and equality for people.
With the help of like-minded friends such as Aldo van Eyck or Peter and Alison Smithson of Team 10 they launched poignant attacks against any form of 'poor Modernism' which had begun to petrify and was being misinterpreted as the result of a dogmatic CIAM.
Subsequent work with TsAGI includes wind tunnel studies to predict noise caused by airflow over airplane fuselages; with CIAM, research into fuel additives; and with VIAM, additional studies into titanium structures.
We are excited by the business value that the Microsoft MDS platform and Master Data Maestro provide to our CIAM Suite customers," said Tomas Stenlund, Concept Owner CIAM Solution Development, Ineo.
Letting CIAM die with the 11th meeting at Otterlo, they formed an organisation of their own that was less a power publicity machine than a talking shop for a group of friends.