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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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The prelude to the fugue begins at the seventh meeting of CIAM. Under the leadership of Le Corbusier, the ostensibly progressive Congress was insular, hierarchical and cultish.
On the other hand, Noaman Khalid of CIAM expects that growth will be driven by the same sectors that caused the growth rate to increase previously, which are agriculture, energy investments, retail activities, and manufacturing investments, expecting that the annual growth rate should be around 4.8-5%.
By the 1940s a rationalist approach to planning and building espoused by members of the Congres Internationaux d Architecture Moderne (CIAM) was receiving worldwide attention.
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