Vilnius 1900-2013. A Guide to the City's Architecture
Vilnius’ architecture of the 20th and early 21st centuries ranges from the Modern Style to High-Tech, and reflects all the architectural trends and political shifts that swept across the city during this period. At the dawn of the 20th century, the elegant Central European Sezession style was still in vogue. Arch­itecture later progressed to the stripped-down interwar Modernism of the 1920s and 1930s, and after the Second World War it ventured into the controversial Soviet-imposed Neoclassicism. After ‘totalitarian’ architecture was officially discredited in the mid-1950s, postwar Modernism flourished, particularly in the new residential districts that were built to house the city’s growing population. At the end of the Soviet period, Late Modernism saw a large number of public buildings appear around the city centre. With the reestablishment of independence in 1990, and with the consequent changes that took place in the economy and in society, Vilnius experienced yet another wave of urbanisation. Private houses were built again, filling the city to the limits, and a spectacular steel and glass city centre took shape on the right bank of the River Neris. The Modern Style 1900–1918 The Interwar Period 1918–1940 The Soviet Years 1940–1990 Late Modernism and Postmodernism Circa 1970–2000 After the Restoration of Independence 1990–2013
  • sudarė Rūta Leitanaitė, Julija Reklaitė
  • tekstai Marija Drėmaitė, Tomas Grunskis, Rūta Leitanaitė, Nijolė Lukšionytė, Diana Kontrimaitė, Algimantas Mačiulis, Vaidas Petrulis, Julija Reklaitė, Jurgita Rimkevičienė, Jūratė Tutlytė, Aida Štelbienė, Renata Vaičekonytė-Kepežinskienė
  • nuotraukos Audrius Ambrasas, Raimondas Urbakavičius ir kiti
  • redakcija Audrius Ambrasas, Darius Osteika, Rūta Leitanaitė, Julija Reklaitė

  • dizainas Kontis Šatūnas
  • vertėjas Gabrielė Gailiūtė, Rūta Leitanaitė
  • kalbos redaktorius Joseph Everatt

  • puslapių skaičius 302
  • išleidimo data 2013-02
  • leidykla Lapas
  • įrišimas puskietis
  • kalba anglų

  • 140x170x21 mm 500.0 kg
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