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Postmodernism in America is generally reckoned to have begun in 1972, with the demolition of a series of 14-story slab blocks that had been erected less than 20 years earlier from designs by Minoru Yamasaki as part of the award-winning Pruitt–Igoe housing project in St. Louis, Missouri (1955). In reality, it was a stark, modernist concrete structure that became a magnet for problems. Although numerous housing blocks had already been demolished in Europe, it was in St. Louis that the American postmodernist era began.
During the 1970s, Robert Venturi and his partners Denise Scott Brown and John Rauch reintroduced historical reference, wit and humanity into the designs of numerous buildings, including, Vanna Venturi House; the Guild House Retirement Home; the Tucker House; Allen Memorial Art Museum, Oberlin College ; and the Museum of Contemporary Art, . Michael Graves one of the famous "New York Five", along with Peter Eisenman , Charles Gwathmey , John Hejduk and Richard Meier designed the Portland Public Service Building in Oregon (1980-82), and Humana Tower, Louisville, both of which combine the mass of a regular skyscraper with historical motifs. Similar to the Piazza d'Italia, and Alumni Center, at theUniversity of California at Irvine, designed by Charles Moore, these confident, upbeat structures are designed to reassure the public that their cultural identity is no longer under attack from anti-historical modern architecture.
During the 1970s and 1980s, following the example of Pop art, several American architects adopted a populist style which occasionally featured classical elements. They included Philip Johnson and John Burgee, who designed the AT&T Building, in New York City, complete with a Chippendale skyline; and Robert Stern, who used a classical Jeffersonian design for his Observatory Hill Dining Hall at the University of Virginia , but Spanish Colonial features for his Prospect Point Office Building, in La Jolla, California.
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