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French encounters with the American counterculture, 1960-1980

Caroline Maniaque Benton

French encounters with the American counterculture, 1960-1980

by Caroline Maniaque Benton

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Published by Ashgate in Burlington, VT .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Architecture,
  • Architecture and society,
  • Visionary architecture,
  • Counterculture,
  • American influences,
  • History

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementby Caroline Maniaque-Benton
    SeriesAshgate studies in architecture
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsNA2543.S6 M353 2011
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25149201M
    ISBN 109781409423867
    LC Control Number2011011356

    Her previous Graham Foundation supported book, French Encounters with the American Counterculture , was published by Ashgate in An extended version of this book is published in French under the title Go West! Des architectes au pays de la contre-culture (Parenthèses, ). French Encounters with the American Counterculture, – Farnham, UK: Ashgate, , pp., 51 color and 58 b/w illus. $, ISBN This handsome book investigates an intri-guing and novel topic: the French attrac-tion to American “alternative architecture,” which was prompted by .

    Caroline Maniaque-Benton is Professor of the History of Architecture and Design at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure d'Architecture Normandie. She is the author of French Encounters with the American Counterculture – and other books. Meredith Gaglio is a .   Caroline Maniaque-Benton is Professor of the History of Architecture and Design at the Ecole Nationale Superieure d'Architecture Normandie. She is the author of French Encounters with the American Counterculture and other books. Meredith Gaglio is a doctoral candidate at Columbia University.

    Utopie: Texts and Projects, — and French Encounters with the American Counterculture, – Article in The Journal of Architecture 17(6) December with 30 Reads. French Encounters With The American Counterculture Author by Description: It is normally asserted that French architects looked to North America for technical lessons in the development of modern architecture in the s but that the French cultural environment was generally hostile to American ideas. This book includes interv.


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Some of these architects found in non-mainstream America and its radical groups of architectural drop-outs a liberating force, free of the taint of American capitalism. Including interviews with French architects who visited the States in the s and then assumed influential positions in the press and education in France, this book shows how they actually found in the American counterculture and its radical groups of architectural dropouts a liberating force, free both of the taint of American capitalism and of high investment technology.

Including interviews with French architects who visited the States in the s and then assumed influential positions in the press and education in France, this book shows how they actually found in the American counterculture and its radical groups of architectural dropouts a liberating force, free of the taint of American capitalism.

French Encounters with the American Counterculture,Ashgate, Review by: Isabelle Gournay, Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians, Vol. 72, n°2 (June ), pp. Read "French Encounters with the American Counterculture, –, Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips.

This handsome book investigates an intriguing and novel topic: the French attraction to American “alternative architecture,” which was prompted by the counterculture of the s and s and which is being revisited by historians as a harbinger of today’s sustainability : Isabelle Gournay.

Book review: Caroline Maniaque-Benton, French Encounters with the American CountercultureFarnham, Ashgate, (édition française: Go West.

Des architectes au pays de la contre-culture, Marseille, Parenthèse, ). The Counter-Culture of the s (fiction and nonfiction) This list not limited to America and Western Europe but most books listed will be about the counter culture in those areas.

Score. Ken Kesey’s One Flew over the Cuckoo’s Nest provides an allegorical approach to counterculture. The novel, set in an Oregon psychiatric hospital, is narrated by “Chief” Bromden—a half Native American who recounts the story of patient Randle Patrick McMurphy. McMurphy faked insanity to keep himself out of jail, allowing him to serve his sentence in a psychiatric hospital.

Caroline Maniaque-Benton is Professor of the History of Architecture and Design at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure d'Architecture Normandie.

She is the author of French Encounters with the American Counterculture – and other books. Caroline Maniaque-Benton is Professor of the History of Architecture and Design at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure d'Architecture Normandie.

She is the author of French Encounters with the American Counterculture and other books. Meredith Gaglio is a. French Encounters with the American Counterculture, French-American interrelationships in the areas of design and creative thinking have been under acknowledged.

the development of modern architecture in the s but that the French cultural environment was generally hostile to American ideas. The American counterculture.

book review. Utopie: Texts and Projects, — and French Encounters with the American Counterculture, – Larry Busbea. The Journal of Architecture. Vol - Issue 6. Published online: 10 Dec Browse journals by subject. Back to top. Area Studies; Arts. French Encounters with the American Counterculture (Ashgate Studies in Architecture) Dec 5, by Caroline Maniaque-Benton $ In architecture, the work of Caroline Maniaque-Benton, in French Encounters with the American Counterculture, (Maniaque-Benton, ), demonstrates the impact of American architectural models based on ecology, the return to nature and appreciation of ethnic cultures, on the emergence of a French-style counter-culture.

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This book includes interv Category. She is the author of French Encounters with the American Counterculture – and other books. Meredith Gaglio is a doctoral candidate at Columbia University.The recent publication of two books dealing with the American counter-culture between the s and the s, and its repercussions on today’s art, brings ways of thinking about the notion of alternative back into play.

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