Popular Category:Modernist architecture in Canada

  • This category is intended for articles concerning architects, styles and buildings of the 20th and 21st centuries of a modernist nature in Canada. It includes the Bauhaus, international style, and Brutalism but does not include pre-modern or proto-modern movements such as expressionist architecture, Art Nouveau, Art Deco, Jugendstil, the Vienna Secession, etc. Neither does it include post modern developments such as deconstructivism or critical regionalism.
  • Universities should be included only if the original design was modernist in nature, or if the primary design of the campus as a whole is or was in a 20th century modernist style.

Pages in category "Modernist architecture in Canada"

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