Examples of Post-War Architecture: Post-War Design

Examples of Post-War Architecture: Post-War Design

Post-war architecture refers to homes built after World War II, in the late 1940s through 1970s. In general, post-war style is brick, boxy -- more functional than beautiful. Post-war is used to describe apartment buildings in New York City that offer residents amenities they didn't have during the pre-war era, such as elevators, laundry rooms or doormen.

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