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The Palazzo degli Uffici dell'Ente Autonomo at the E.U.R. area in Rome. In 1939 this was the first building to be finished as part of the Esposizione Universale Roma. It housed the offices for the exhibition and a large hall and was designed by Gaetano Minucci. Photo by Space 4.
Architecture = repetition. The Palazzo delle Civilta Italiana by Giovanni Guerrini, Ernesto Bruno La Padula and Mario Romano (1938-43) by German photographer Hagen Stier.
The Palazzo delle Poste e Telegrafi in Palermo designed in 1926-1934) by the Italian architect Angiolo Mazzoni.
Library of La Sapienza University in Rome by the Italian architect Marcello Piacentini. I like this severly pared down classicism. It has a certain timlessness which fit this kind of civic institutions.
Entrance of the Lisner Auditorium in Washington. Designed and built between 1941-1943 by the American architects Faulkner and Kingsbury in a severe Stripped Classicsm style typical of American public building style at that time.
Palazzo dei Ricevimenti e dei Congressi at the EUR in Rome. Classical repetition and rhythm to create a hierarchy of urban spaces.
Colonnade of the Zeppelin Field in Nuremberg, Germany. The building is designed by ALbert Speer between 1935 and 1937 in the typical pared down neo-classicism of that time.