Function with no shape

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The antithesis of Bauhaus.
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Christian you should have put a Bauhaus building to see the difference there's one at Westmount square create by Mies Van der Rohe.
 
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Gordon, Bauhaus is an art school which originated in Germany after WWI and before WWII. It has inspired what is usually stamped "modern architecture" in which shape is adjusted in simplicity to the function.
This structure here is in ruin. It is part of an old industrial area in Montreal that dates back to the end of the XIXth century. Most of these were mills and factories but are now abandoned. In the last 20 years, there has been a tremendous effort to gentrify the area, converting some of the most respectable buildings into superior dwellings, condos and lofts.
Here is one sample :
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