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Model City Pyongyang /anglais

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Many 'model' cities both imagined and physical have existed throughout history; from the ideal cities of the Renaissance Urbino Pienza and Ferrara to modernist utopias such as Brasília or Chandigarh North Korea's Pyongyang however is arguably uniue Entirely rebuilt following the Korean War 1950 53 the city was planned and fully implemented to model a single ideological vision a guide for an entire state As a result the urban fabric of Pyongyang displays an extraordinary architectural cohesion and narrative artfully captured in the pages of this book In recent years many of Pyongyang's buildings have been redeveloped to remove interior features or to render façades unrecognizable From the city's monumental axes to its symbolic sports halls and experimental housing concepts this timely book offers comprehensive visual access to Pyongyang's restricted buildings which still preserve the DPRK's original vision for a city designed 'for the people' Often kitsch colourful and dramatic Pyongyang's architecture can be reminiscent of the aesthetic of a Wes Anderson film where it is difficult to distinguish between reality and theatre Reflecting a culture that has carefully crafted its own narrative the backdrop of each photograph has been replaced with a colour gradient evoking the idealized pastel skies of the country's propaganda posters.

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Many 'model' cities both imagined and physical have existed throughout history; from the ideal cities of the Renaissance Urbino Pienza and Ferrara to modernist utopias such as Brasília or Chandigarh North Korea's Pyongyang however is arguably uniue Entirely rebuilt following the Korean War 1950 53 the city was planned and fully implemented to model a single ideological vision a guide for an entire state As a result the urban fabric of Pyongyang displays an extraordinary architectural cohesion and narrative artfully captured in the pages of this book In recent years many of Pyongyang's buildings have been redeveloped to remove interior features or to render façades unrecognizable From the city's monumental axes to its symbolic sports halls and experimental housing concepts this timely book offers comprehensive visual access to Pyongyang's restricted buildings which still preserve the DPRK's original vision for a city designed 'for the people' Often kitsch colourful and dramatic Pyongyang's architecture can be reminiscent of the aesthetic of a Wes Anderson film where it is difficult to distinguish between reality and theatre Reflecting a culture that has carefully crafted its own narrative the backdrop of each photograph has been replaced with a colour gradient evoking the idealized pastel skies of the country's propaganda posters.

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Many 'model' cities both imagined and physical have existed throughout history; from the ideal cities of the Renaissance Urbino Pienza and Ferrara to modernist utopias such as Brasília or Chandigarh North Korea's Pyongyang however is arguably uniue Entirely rebuilt following the Korean War 1950 53 the city was planned and fully implemented to model a single ideological vision a guide for an entire state As a result the urban fabric of Pyongyang displays an extraordinary architectural cohesion and narrative artfully captured in the pages of this book In recent years many of Pyongyang's buildings have been redeveloped to remove interior features or to render façades unrecognizable From the city's monumental axes to its symbolic sports halls and experimental housing concepts this timely book offers comprehensive visual access to Pyongyang's restricted buildings which still preserve the DPRK's original vision for a city designed 'for the people' Often kitsch colourful and dramatic Pyongyang's architecture can be reminiscent of the aesthetic of a Wes Anderson film where it is difficult to distinguish between reality and theatre Reflecting a culture that has carefully crafted its own narrative the backdrop of each photograph has been replaced with a colour gradient evoking the idealized pastel skies of the country's propaganda posters. Dictionnaire exquis du chocolat: La référence pour tous les amoureux du chocolat existed throughout history; from the ideal cities of the Renaissance Urbino Pienza and Ferrara to modernist utopias such as Brasília or Chandigarh North Korea's Pyongyang however is arguably uniue Entirely rebuilt following the Korean War 1950 53 the city was planned and fully implemented to model a single ideological vision a guide for an Chocolats maison entire state As a result the urban fabric of Pyongyang displays an Marmiton Fondu de chocolat ! Les recettes incontournables extraordinary architectural cohesion and narrative artfully captured in the pages of this book In recent years many of Pyongyang's buildings have been redeveloped to remove interior features or to render façades unrecognizable From the city's monumental axes to its symbolic sports halls and Chocolat : L'art de la Chocologie et de la Dégustation, 50 Recettes Irrésistibles experimental housing concepts this timely book offers comprehensive visual access to Pyongyang's restricted buildings which still preserve the DPRK's original vision for a city designed 'for the people' Often kitsch colourful and dramatic Pyongyang's architecture can be reminiscent of the aesthetic of a Wes Anderson film where it is difficult to distinguish between reality and theatre Reflecting a culture that has carefully crafted its own narrative the backdrop of Chocolat cru each photograph has been replaced with a colour gradient Tout sur le chocolat : Le guide de l'épicurien evoking the idealized pastel skies of the country's propaganda posters.


2 thoughts on “Model City Pyongyang /anglais

  1. says:

    It’s a lovely book very well presented and fairly fascinating


  2. says:

    Wow Pyongyang it turns out is beautiful But it seems to be a ghost town; you would generally not know that this is a city in which 3 million people live I gather from reading the narrative in this book that actual humans were cleared away by order of the government which leads to these stunning but lifeless compositions The shot of the subway is a real revelation as it shows actual N Korean citizens going about their daily lives I wondered where the N Korean government gets the money to build maintain and constantly renovate a city like this Even though this book left me with uestions than answers I am really glad I bought it and I know I will turn to it again and again


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