In part one (Side A) of this lecture Anthony Mann introduces the Modern Functionist Movement. Mann discusses the ways in which city planning and architecture work with or against each other. He talks about the emergence of high rise towers and its effects on city spaces, and the displacement they create. Mann also talks briefly about 50’s revival style. In part two (Side B) of this lecture Mann continues his discussion on architecture and city planning. He talks about how class divides housing structures and design. Mann also introduces the style of “stripped classicism”. Finally, Mann talks about Frank Llyod Wright and his influences.