International Style

International style may refer to:

  • International style (architecture), the early 20th century modern movement in architecture
  • International style (art), the International Gothic style in medieval art
  • International Typographic Style, a Switzerland-based graphic design movement
  • Ballroom dance#International Style, in ballroom dancing

Other articles related to "international style, style":

Loews Philadelphia Hotel - Design - Conversion
... Daroff Design and Loews decided International style would not provide the atmosphere hotel guests sought and predominantly used the Art Deco style instead ... Critics criticized the use of Art Deco, saying Daroff Design did not understand the International style and cheapened the original building ... "Our first instinct was to stay with the minimal design of the International style but we did need to soften it ...
Henry F. Miller House
... Miller house is an international style house in Orange, Connecticut on the United States National Register of Historic Places ... The house was also covered in House Beautiful as part of a series on "The New American Style." This house embodies many characteristics of the International Style, as adapted to the single-family suburban house ... has an unusually large concentration of international style houses, including the most famous, Johnson's Glass House ...
Loews Philadelphia Hotel - Reception
... skyscrapers included in the 1932 International style exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art ... and Philip Johnson, the exhibition was where the term International style was coined ... perhaps to start a trend." After the International style became popular in the 1950s, the PSFS Building was called one of the most important skyscrapers ...
Australian Residential Architectural Styles - Post-War Period C. 1940 - 1960 - International Style
... were influenced by the development of the International style of architecture ... articulated a Melbourne interpretation of the modern style ... of architecture in the state of Victoria and described a style of architecture that he hoped would be a response to local surroundings as well as the popular international style ...

Famous quotes containing the word style:

    Many great writers have been extraordinarily awkward in daily exchange, but the greatest give the impression that their style was nursed by the closest attention to colloquial speech.
    Thornton Wilder (1897–1975)