Chicago | Detroit | New York

09.2015 - Being three main centers of the United States is not the only common feature of these cities; they have in common the history of architecture and its development. The classicism architecture of public buildings is a typical feature of the American city, but the architecture of the Art Decò the first decades of '900 declares their importance and, after the war, the Modern Architecture of Chicago School puts in evidence the uniformity of the three cities.

Vernissage: September 5th 2015 6pm
Exhibition at Galleria SP3 - Vicolo San Pancrazio 3, Treviso

Photographer: www.marcointroini.net
Photographer's page: Marco Introini at ALPA
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