Neo Modernism in architecture developed at the turn of the twentieth and twenty-first century. It was probably created in the year 1965. It is an architectural style that borrows from modernism (in terms of elements and spatial forms) while rejecting its social and urban goals.
Neo Modernism is a reaction against the grandeur of eclectic postmodernism as well as a protest against populism in architecture. Neomodernism takes advantage of simplicity, which is a popular form of expression at the moment. Simultaneously, it often resorts to large and flashy, and therefore phoney, responses. Examples include various types of light illuminations and large wall area glazing. Buildings in the Neomodernist style are constructed using either additive or subtractive methods. Their solids are made up of cubic components or spinning forms. Due to its lack of luxury in contrast to other architectural styles, neo-modernism is often used in the construction of apartments.
The “new rigour” is considered as a neo modernist trend. It is based on the building being built in accordance with a constructional idea based on a functional system. The appealing characteristics of such a facility are discussed in depth. Buildings constructed in the “new rigour” style have a very modern feel to them. Deconstructionism is frequently characterised as neo modernism in a broader sense.