International Style (architecture)

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The Willis Tower in Chicago is an example of international style architecture

The International Style or internationalism is a major architectural style that was created in the 1920s and 1930s. It is similar to modernism and modern architecture. It was first named by Museum of Modern Art curators Henry-Russell Hitchcock and Philip Johnson in 1932.[1][2][3][4]

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  1. Khan, Hasan-Uddin (2009). El Estilo Internacional (in Spanish). Köln: Taschen. p. 7-11. ISBN 9783836510530.
  2. Turner, Jane (1996). The Dictionary of Art. 26 Raphon to Rome, ancient, §II: Architecture. London: Grove. p. 14. ISBN 1-884446-00-0.
  3. Poletti, Federico (2006). El siglo XX. Vanguardias (in Spanish). Milan: Electa. p. 101. ISBN 84-8156-404-4.
  4. Baldellou, Miguel Ángel; Capitel, Antón (1995). Summa Artis XL: Arquitectura española del siglo XX (in Spanish). Madrid: Espasa Calpe. p. 13. ISBN 84-239-5482-X.

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