tion and the symbolism of its forms. The result of the analysis is ambiguous: as
a modern version of an ideał city, Humanopolis reveals both the weak points and
virtues of the preceding designs of the same kind, supplementing them with some
elements of the "mythology of modernity" (a term borrowed from Roberto Salvadori).
As such, the "Solar City" is a very interesting object of study - its compiexity and
contradictions refLect the times when it was designed as well as the personality of