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Arts, Volume 7, Issue 4 (December 2018)
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Cover Story (view full-size image) In a contemporary context increasingly driven by technological progress, it seems to be long [...] Read more. In a contemporary context increasingly driven by technological progress, it seems to be long overdue to complement the historiography of Modern Architecture with the fields of technology and construction history. Looking back, it is surprising that while the Industrial Revolution radically changed many sectors by the end of the 19th century, it was slow to take on in architecture. It was not fully embraced by architects until the breakthrough of Modernism. Few architects explored industrial principles in architecture as intensively as Walter Gropius, the founder of the Bauhaus. Together with colleagues, he undertook various experiments that manifested in a series of projects, essays, model houses, and Siedlungen, and that adopted two categories of industrial logic: the construction kit and the assembly line. View this paper.