Utopia is the name for an ideal place society. The idea of Utopia is to improve the society for the community which refers to social equality. The name is taken from the title of a book by Sir Thomas More describing a fictional island in the Atlantic Ocean. The term has been used to describe both intentional communities that attempted to create an ideal society, and fictional societies portrayed. Concrete portrayals of ideal societies, after the manner of Utopia, contribute little to a general theory of society. Utopia is fundamentally an expression of man’s ability to dream of a better world. It provides inspiration to those seeking social change, providing a model for the society they seek to create.
At the heart of Modernism in the designed world was a commitment to social reform. Economic inequality was a central problem and many architects have committed their energies to housing. Housing in 1920s was really poor and something needed to be done about the society. Economical and cheap housing was one the main urgent needs of the inter-war period. In the need to transforming society, Modernist architects set out to motorize the building process. New techniques of construction and the use of materials would reduce costs and so would allow more housing to be built.
Utopia London examines the, social and political agendas of the time in which the city was rebuilt. The story goes on to explore how the meaning of these transformative buildings has been radically manipulated over subsequent decades. However Post-Modern did not have a clear agenda on the future as it takes old tradition and modern style. The aim of the modernism movement is to construct a society of equal citizens, also to create democratic society, divisions in society and also their main aim is to increase the public open space. Modernism aims to deal with overcrowding in terms of its practical movement. Futurists are modernists who make the society a better place.
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