Debate / Meeting
René Dottelonde Stories of architects29 Oct 2003
The event is over
Between the vast movement which inspired architecture during post-war reconstruction on the one hand, and May 68 on the other which inaugurated a post-modern era where the city was the core concern, it would seem that a whole period of French architecture has gone unheeded by critics and escaped public understanding. And yet numerous projects designed or built between 1965 and 1975 have left a deep mark on the country. This "latest modernism" gave rise to profound changes by proposing efficient urban solutions that are still operational today.