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This collection of photographs by Hans Engels provides a detailed survey of surviving Bauhaus architecture in Europe. Focusing on buildings designed by Bauhaus members during the institution's existence from 1919 to 1933, the work looks at some 65 building projects in Germany, Vienna, Barcelona, Prague and Budapest by architects including Walter Gropius, Ludwig Hilberseimer, and Ludwig van der Rohe. Informative commentaries and site plans accompany the photographs.
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Although active for a short period of time, the Bauhaus is widely seen as one of the most important 20th- century schools of architecture, design, and art. The masterful and often highly original photographs collected in this volume reflect the full range of Bauhaus architecture, and show many buildings in their newly restored condition.About the Author:
The Photographer Hans Engels ’s photographs have been published in numerous books and magazines and appeared in exhibitions throughout Europe. He is the author of Havana: The Photography of Hans Engels (Prestel).
The Author Ulf Meyer is an editor for the journal Arch+ and a correspondent for World Architecture. His articles appear in newspapers, journals, and books.
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