You should address the following points, but not necessarily in this order. Think about a logical sequence for conveying the information.

• The architectural design of the building. What makes the design modern or modernist? Why?

• The architect. What was their background? What was their intent with the design?

• The historical and contemporary context. This may include political, social, cultural, and/or economic context, depending on what is most relevant to your case study.

• What happened to the building over time? Does it still exist today? If so, has it been altered? If it does not exist, what happened to it?

Please cite all information that you retrieve from another source with footnotes using the Chicago style (notes-bibliography format). Include a bibliography on a separate page at the end of your essay.

A 750-word essay with Chicago style footnotes and a bibliography. Please identify the name of the building, architect(s), date, and location at the top of the first page. Within the text, please indicate when you are referring to a figure by putting the figure number in parentheses at the end of the sentence. Example of how to refer to your figures: It is architecture as advertisement, representing Rwanda as a modern nation worthy of attention and investment (Figure 5).

Please use the sources below;

Kahn Academy

History Channel

Metropolitan Museum of Art

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