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Weissenhof 1927 and the Modern Movement in Architecture - Pommer, Richard; Otto, Christian F.
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1991, ISBN: 0226675157

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[EAN: 9780226675152], Gebraucht, wie neu, [PU: University of Chicago Press, Chicago, IL], ARCHITECTURE GERMANY WEISSENHOF THE MODERN MOVEMENT 1927, Architecture|Domestic, Jacket, Dust Jacket Condition: As New. xxii, 304 pp. + 273 color and b&w illusrations, list of illustrations, acknowledgments, abbreviations, introduction, 1. Forming an Avant-Garde: Berlin and Stuttgart; 2. Housing and Politics in Stuttgart, 1919-1926; 3. Backroom Negotiations, 1925; 4. The Political Reception of Mies's Projects, 1925-1926; 5. From Mathildenhohe to Weissenhof; 6. Choosing the Architects; 7. Building the Siellung, April 1926 - October 1927; 8. "Rationalization" and "Standardization: 9. The Architecture of the Siedlung; 10. The Single- Family Houses; 11. The Apartment Buildings by Mies and Behrens; 12. The Row Houses by Oud and Stam; 13. Furniture and Interiors; 14. Proclaiming Weissenhof: Werkbund Management of the Press; 15. The Aftermath in Stuttgart and Germany; 16. Weissenhof and the Politcs of the International Style; Appendix: A. Chronology of the Projects; B. List of Architects; C. The Costs of the Weissenhofsiedlung; notes, bibliography, index. First Edition, 1991. "n the summer of 1927, in a suburb of Stuttgart, an exhibition housing settlement built by sixteen of the leading architects of the Modern Movement opended to the public. Greeted as a major event by advocates and opponents of the new architecture, the Weissenhof Siedling continues to excite strong interest. This unusally cohesive yet varied group of apartment buildings, row houses, and single-family houses--hailed by Philip Johnson as "the most important group of buildings in modern architecture"--remains a critical project in the history of twentieth- century architecture. Richard Pommer and Christian F. Otto offer a comprehensive account of Weissenhof in relation to the emergence and reception of modern architecture in the 1920s." from the jacket flap. Price clipped. Minor edge wear to top edge mostly along spine dj, with light a light irregular crease along top edge rear panel of same. Only the faintest edge wear to boards, else, Pristine. Clean, tight and strong binding with no underlining, highlighting or marginalia. Brown cloth with a black title plate and gilt lettering to spine. Size: 4to

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Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press. 1991. F First Edition. H Hard Cover. As New. Dust Jacket Condition: As New. xxii, 304 pp. + 273 color and b&w illusrations, list of illustrations, acknowledgments, abbreviations, introduction, 1. Forming an Avant-Garde: Berlin and Stuttgart; 2. Housing and Politics in Stuttgart, 1919-1926; 3. Backroom Negotiations, 1925; 4. The Political Reception of Mies's Projects, 1925-1926; 5. From Mathildenhohe to Weissenhof; 6. Choosing the Architects; 7. Building the Siellung, April 1926 - October 1927; 8. "Rationalization" and "Standardization: 9. The Architecture of the Siedlung; 10. The Single- Family Houses; 11. The Apartment Buildings by Mies and Behrens; 12. The Row Houses by Oud and Stam; 13. Furniture and Interiors; 14. Proclaiming Weissenhof: Werkbund Management of the Press; 15. The Aftermath in Stuttgart and Germany; 16. Weissenhof and the Politcs of the International Style; Appendix: A. Chronology of the Projects; B. List of Architects; C. The Costs of the Weissenhofsiedlung; notes, bibliography, index. First Edition, 1991. "n the summer of 1927, in a suburb of Stuttgart, an exhibition housing settlement built by sixteen of the leading architects of the Modern Movement opended to the public. Greeted as a major event by advocates and opponents of the new architecture, the Weissenhof Siedling continues to excite strong interest. This unusally cohesive yet varied group of apartment buildings, row houses, and single-family houses--hailed by Philip Johnson as "the most important group of buildings in modern architecture"--remains a critical project in the history of twentieth- century architecture. Richard Pommer and Christian F. Otto offer a comprehensive account of Weissenhof in relation to the emergence and reception of modern architecture in the 1920s." from the jacket flap. Price clipped. Minor edge wear to top edge mostly along spine dj, with light a light irregular crease along top edge rear panel of same. Only the faintest edge wear to boards, else, Pristine. Clean, tight and strong binding with no underlining, highlighting or marginalia. Brown cloth with a black title plate and gilt lettering to spine., University of Chicago Press, 1991

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University of Chicago Press 1991. Near Fine in publishers cloth in like dustjacket. 304p + 273 photographic plates. 1st edition of detailed Monograph. In the summer of 1927, in a suburb of Stuttgart, an exhibition housing settlement built by sixteen of the leading architects of the Modern Movement opended to the public. Greeted as a major event by advocates and opponents of the new architecture, the Weissenhof Siedling continues to excite strong interest. This unusally cohesive yet varied group of apartment buildings, row houses, and single-family houses--hailed by Philip Johnson as "the most important group of buildings in modern architecture"--remains a critical project in the history of twentieth-century architecture. Richard Pommer and Christian F. Otto offer a comprehensive account of Weissenhof in relation to the emergence and reception of modern architecture in the 1920s. Recipient of the Award for Excellence in Professional and Scholarly Publishing. Elusive. ISBN 0226675157, University of Chicago Press 1991

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Chicago and London: The University of Chicago Press, 1991. First edition. Hardcover. Fine in burgundy cloth boards with silver lettering on spine and a fine pictorial dust jacket.. Quarto. 8.75 x 11.2 in. 304 pp. Illustrated with a suite of monochrome and color photographic reproductions., The University of Chicago Press, 1991

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In the summer of 1927, in a suburb of Stuttgart, an exhibition housing settlement built by sixteen of the leading architects of the Modern Movement opended to the public. Greeted as a major event by advocates and opponents of the new architecture, the Weissenhof "Siedling" continues to excite strong interest. This unusally cohesive yet varied group of apartment buildings, row houses, and single-family houses--hailed by Philip Johnson as "the most important group of buildings in modern architecture"--remains a critical project in the history of twentieth-century architecture. Richard Pommer and Christian F. Otto offer a comprehensive account of Weissenhof in relation to the emergence and reception of modern architecture in the 1920s. Recipient of the Award for Excellence in Professional and Scholarly Publishing

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780226675152
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0226675157
Hardcover
Publishing year: 1991
Publisher: UNIV OF CHICAGO PR
328 Pages
Weight: 1,406 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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