I-Style Architecture. 1.1.3 Architectural Styles David Panythong. I-Style Architecture. Also known as International Style. 1930s – 1950s. Usually 2-32 stories. Usually businesses, offices, schools, apartments. Located around the World. Materials Glass Steel Concrete.
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I-Style Architecture 1.1.3 Architectural Styles David Panythong
I-Style Architecture • Also known as International Style. • 1930s – 1950s. • Usually 2-32 stories. • Usually businesses, offices, schools, apartments. • Located around the World. • Materials • Glass • Steel • Concrete
I-Style Architecture • Distinctive Features • Rectangular Buildings, often with round projections • Smooth surfaces • Walls of glass • Uses Ribbon Windows • Uses gradated Rhythm. A lot of horizontal Lines, cool colors- light reflecting from windows.
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