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FUNCTIONALISM

• a movement in the late 19th and 20th


centuries that stripped architecture of all
ornamentation so that a building's structure
plainly expressed its function or purpose
• The architect should know the needs of your
client first before you come up with a design

SELECTIVISM
• Identify our Architect in terms of our locality &
country

ECLECTIVISM
• that is, picking and choosing influences from
various sources
• usually applied to any building that
incorporate a mixture of historical style

STRUCTURALISM
• saw the introduction of the iron or steel
construction