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From the continent to the north

The German influence on modern architecture in Sweden

Atli Magnus Seelow (Institutionen för arkitektur)
The 3rd Symposium on Swedish Architectural History: Historiography”, Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden, 11th–12th October 2013 (2013)
[Konferensbidrag, refereegranskat]

Contrary to the frequent claims of national historiographies, Modern Architecture in the Nordic countries is — in contrast to its countries of origin, i.e. Netherlands, France, Germany or Russia — not the result of local development, but the result of a cultural transfer from these countries to the north. The aim is to trace, what effect examples on the European continent – and especially those from Germany – have on the development of modern architecture in the Nordic countries, in particular in Sweden.

Nyckelord: Architecture, Architectural History, Modern Movement, Cultural transfer, Sweden, Germany

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