Futurist style

Futurist style

(1914–1916)
A movement that began with a publication by two young architects, Antonio Sant’Elia and Mario Chiattone. They presented a series of designs for a city of the future. Their manifesto proclaimed that architecture was breaking free from tradition, starting from scratch. It had a preference for what is light and practical. None of these designs were ever constructed.
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47) She also experimented with ceramic, glass, and tactile artwork, (48) but her greatest accomplishments in the Futurist style are seen in her paintings.
Before agreeing that Futurist style and methods provided a model for Fascist action, it falls to us to look more closely at Futurism's pre-war origins and post-war activities.
Geographical and political isolation insured that Asmara, capital of independent Eritrea, was a bit of a bell jar, preserving some of the best examples of Fascist architecture, in addition to Novecento, neoclassical, neo-Baroque and futurist styles.
In the 1920s, Strand made many pictures of machine parts, like Double Akely (1922), that show the influence of the futurist styles of Picabia and Duchamp.