No that's just his personal taste for his own dwellings. Have you seen what the trump hotels look like inside?>>1447353
Tell her Romans = Italians, Greeks = Greeks, and Greeks and Italians = "Nonwhite" according to some ideas of it, then watch her head explode. Delete the racism from her, anon.>>1448134>The history of architecture in the 20th century is surprisingly political.
CIA funded post/modern art for propaganda purposes to seem "cultured" vs the USSR, because most people in the US hated it and wouldn't do as we're expected by our enlightened letter organization overlords. Most of these sorts of idiots producing the crap were/are commies themselves. You can see a great amount of difference between the innovative american architecture from the 1950s and earlier vs what came after. Prewar it existed but didn't have a great hold in the US, then it gradually started eating things up partway thru the 50s and further.
Bauhaus and IKEA are great examples of the cancer. If you ever see a bauhaus-inspired building in the wild, in anything but perfect light, with the rest of the landscape and architecture around it NOT cropped out? Absolute eyesore.>>1447321>suburbia is literally traditionalism>>1447461>>1447465>>1447467>>1447565>>1448209
Suburban homes have a tendency towards traditionalism in some areas. Not the overall layout, the homes themselves. Tutor Revival, Neo-Victorian, American Craftsman, Colonial Revival, and so on and so forth. The eyesore of McMansions are what's called "Neo-Eclectic" and they're more a schizophrenic, overly-analytical stick-figure attempt to portray what features builders think homeowners want without actually understanding the aesthetics that the homeowners want.