Published in June 2002, this remarkable volume tells the unique
history of modernism as reflected in the teaching of architecture,
landscape architecture, and city planning at Harvard University's
Graduate School of Design. Tracing developments at the GSD, which
was home from 1937 to 1952 of Bauhaus founder Walter Gropius,
Anthony Alofsin reveals that America had initiated its own modern
agenda before the arrival of the European modernist ideology.
Filled with archival photographs and plans that have never been
published before, this book will be of great interest to students
and professionals in the fields of art, architecture, and design,
as well as to architectural historians.
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