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Naturstein und National­romantik

Die geologische Erschließung der Natur­stein­vorkommen in den Nordischen Ländern und die Ent­stehung der nationalromantischen Archi­tektur

Atli Magnus Seelow (Institutionen för arkitektur och samhällsbyggnadsteknik)
Alltag und Veränderung. Praktiken des Bauens und Konstruierens. Tagungsband der Zweiten Jahres­tagung der Gesell­schaft für Bautechnikgeschichte p. 15-28. (2017)
[Kapitel]

In the second half of the 19th century, new methods for quarrying and processing natural stone were developed. In the Nordic countries Sweden, Norway, and Finland, this technological progress went hand in hand with a systematic geological mapping and large-scale exploitation of natural stone deposits. As a result, new constructions were developed, changing the building practice in these countries. With the end of historicism, a new architecture arose that, particularly in Norway and Finland, acquired a national-romantic character. This paper examines the interaction between geological exploration, commercial development, technical inventions, and the development of national-romantic architecture.

Nyckelord: Architecture, construction history, 19th century, 20th century, Nordic countries, natural stone, national romanticism, geology


Schriftenreihe der Ge­sell­schaft für Bautechnik­geschichte 1, Thelem Uni­ver­sitäts­verlag, Dresden



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