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UD’s father-in-law, Jerzy Soltan…

… appears in this New York Times essay about Brutalist architecture in Poland.

Poland’s Modernist structures had, in fact, first appeared as a form of change within the Communist system, a vernacular of liberation for the country’s architects, who were finally permitted to move beyond the strictures of Stalin’s Socialist Realism. Amid the general thawing of the Khrushchev era, many of these architects — among the most prominent were Halina Skibniewska and Jerzy Soltan, the latter of whom studied under Le Corbusier — were for the first time permitted to travel to countries on the other side of the Iron Curtain. The style they adopted was largely a replica of Western Modernism.

Margaret Soltan, December 2, 2018 9:41PM
Posted in: snapshots from warsaw, soltan inc.

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One Response to “UD’s father-in-law, Jerzy Soltan…”

  1. dmf Says:

    all sorts of pressures and influences in the modern mix

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