the Joran Lindvall, expressed in his op-ed, a guide to us, as the elected representatives of the people, in front of, thoughts or opinions on the architecture and design of our shared environment. This should, apparently, be handed over entirely to the architect and the cultural elite.
to Lindvall didn't see more of him, reminiscent of ”Hitler and Mussolini”. To Lindwall, completely seem to have missed the revolution to the modernist and antitraditionalistiska features, as well as links to fascism, which is, for example, was the situation, and postmodernism in the nestor, Le Corbusier, in the context of something painful. It may also be worth asking if there is a model in the era of government by the people, or as a model in the era of the elitstyre that Hitler and Mussolini would have been pleased.
The Valuation of the urban environment – a method used to measure the perception of the Lena Steffner” it shows that if an urban environment is a good one or a bad one for a man, indeed, can be measured. Steffner, shows in his study that the general public would prefer the medieval urban expression, stone town in various ways, the city of storgårdskvarter, and the "garden town" to the front of the funktionsuppdelade of the city and the postmodern city. < / p>
another phd thesis at Lund university, sweden
says the architect, Catharina Sternudd, around the world, ”like many of the people are small-scale, variety, materials and color, vegetation, and a mode of expression, which is linked to an ancient building tradition, b they”. Sternudd remarks on the need to bridge the divide between the arkitektyrkets homogeneity of the modernist smaknorm, and the kind of construction that people are in general preferred. This is a need that we also have a clear view of the.
Betonglådor based on the aspiration to uniformity in the mode of, and the steel-and-glass monster co-founded in the postmodernist architects like to build monuments to themselves, and that is obviously not of the people, and the needs of the community – but only to meet the needs of the political and cultural elite. The people, therefore, should be given a greater say in the places where they live and work, than what they do now.<