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Modern sacred heritage in Barcelona: balances and future challenges

Author
Arboix-Alió, A.; Jover, C.
Type of activity
Presentation of work at congresses
Name of edition
14th Docomomo International Conference
Date of publication
2016
Presentation's date
2016-09-07
Book of congress proceedings
14th Docomomo International conference proceedings: Adaptive Reuse. The Modern Movement Towards the Future
First page
569
Last page
575
Publisher
Docomomo International
Repository
http://hdl.handle.net/2117/90791 Open in new window
Abstract
Subsequent to Cerdà’s well-known expansion plan for Barcelona, the most important urban growth explosion of the city takes place in the mid-twentieth century. Contrary to what many people could imagine, more than 70% of Barcelona’s current parish churches were built in the last century. Moreover, most of them were constructed between the 1920’s and the early 1970’s, coinciding with the Modern Movement, and the latter were erected in total accordance to the post-conciliar concepts. Base...
Citation
Arboix-Alió, A., Jover, C. Modern Sacred Heritage in Barcelona. Balances and future challenges.. A: Docomomo International Conference. "14th Docomomo International conference proceedings: Adaptive Reuse. The Modern Movement Towards the Future". Lisboa: Docomomo International, 2016, p. 569-575.
Keywords
Barcelona, Church, Modern, Post-conciliar, Reuse
Group of research
INHABITING - Research Group

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