In five chapters The Dream of the New World provides the reader with a picture of the American influence on Finnish architecture from the turn of the 20th century to the outbreak of the Second World War. The book describes how the so-called "Americanism" reached Finland via the Continent and what American phenomena appeared in urban planning following the First World War. It explores the beginnings of industrial architecture in Finland, in the shape of Fordism and Taylorism, as well as the initial stages of prefabricated wooden houses and the connections between American cinema and Finnish Modernism during the 1930s.
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