Modernist Architecture - 2 examples
Modernist architecture (also popularly known as modern architecture) is an architectural style or movement that emerged at the turn of the 20th century following major breakthroughs in building engineering and construction technologies.
The need to upgrade from historical styles of architecture and the arrival of new and innovative building materials — most notably reinforced concrete, steel, and glass — partly fueled the proliferation of modernist architecture.
The overarching principles behind the architectural style are the adoption of minimalism, the notion of functional form, and the break away from ornamental elements. The architectural movement was popularized in the early 20th century and gained dominance after the Second World War through to the 1980s before being replaced by postmodern architecture.