9 Original B/W Photographs by Adolf Lazi of Furniture Design by C. Adolf Rüdenauer & ... 9 Original B/W Photographs by Adolf Lazi of Furniture Design by C. Adolf Rüdenauer & ... 9 Original B/W Photographs by Adolf Lazi of Furniture Design by C. Adolf Rüdenauer & ... 9 Original B/W Photographs by Adolf Lazi of Furniture Design by C. Adolf Rüdenauer & ...

9 Original B/W Photographs by Adolf Lazi of Furniture Design by C. Adolf Rüdenauer & Moderne Bauformen: Monatsheft für Architektur und Raumkunst - Jahrgang XXIX (6. Heft, Juni 1930)

Lazi, Adolf (photogr.)

Published by NP, NP, 1930
Condition: vg+ Soft cover
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The original photographs range from 7" x 9" to 6 1/2" x 6 1/2". ca. 1930. Verso of photos with stamp of "Photographische Bildkunst Lazi, Stuttgart - Diemershalde 48" and "Architekt DWB. BDG. C. A. Ruedenauer Stuttgart". Five of the photos with paper remnants from previous paste-down on verso, photographs themselves in near fine condition. On glossy photo paper. Along with Albert Renger-Patzsch and Hans Finsler, Adolf Lazi (1884-1955) was one of the pioneers of "(modern) realist close-up photography" in 1930's Germany. Lazi had a studio (atelier) in Stuttgart which mainly produced architectural, advertising and landscape photography. One of Lazi's best works are his 1936 interior photographs of the "Hindenburg" airship. Unique collection of nine original photographs taken by Lazi of 1930's furniture designs by C. Adolf Rüdenauer (Ruedenauer). Rüdenauer was a German graphic artist and architect known for his groundbreaking modern interior designs. ( A lot of similar images by Adolf Lazi sold at an auction on May 17th, 2008 at Phillips de Pury & Company London for £ 15,000.00 ). (WITH) German periodical "Moderne Bauformen" bound in original green wrappers protected by modern mylar. 225-272, 101-128pp. Julius Hoffmann Verlag Stuttgart. 1930. ( * Contents see below). Original wall-paper sample bound in at front. Illustrated with color and b/w reproductions of drawings &, architectural plans, as well as b/w photographs of exterior and interior architectural designs. 4 of the 9 original photographs are reproduced in the Neue Raumkunst aus Stuttgart article (pp.254-258). Photographs in Karl-Olga-Krankenhaus article also by Bildkunst Lazi. Some staining and creasing on wraps. Very minor foxing on some pages. Includes many illustrated advertisements. Text in German. Wraps in good, interior in very good condition. * Contents: Albert Eitel, Stuttgart: Neubau des Karl-Olga-Krankenhauses in Stuttgart und Wohnhaus / Rudolf Kolde, Sao Paulo: Wohnhaus des Architekten / P. Petermann, Offenbach a. M.: Artzhaus in Offenbach / Erich Fabianski, Erfurt: Wohnhaus eines höheren Beamten bei Erfurt / R. M. Schindler, Los Angeles: Landhaus C. P. Lowes, Eaglerock / Deutsche Werkstätten, Hellerau. Arch. E. Schwemmle: Holzhäuser. Text von Baurat G. Schleicher / Ernst Lichtblau, Wien: Ladenbauten und Entwürfe. Text von Max Eisler / Hans Becher, Elberfeld: Foyer in einem Lichtspieltheater / Karl Georg Schöttle, Stuttgart: Neue Möbel / C. Adolf Ruedenauer, Stuttgart: Neue Raumkunst / Ernst Huhn, Düsseldorf: cafe und Weinrestaurant "Tabaris" und zwei Ausstellungsräume / Georg Satink, Köln: Zwei Innenräume / Alfred Fischer-Essen: Wettbewerb Ortskrankenkasse Essen / "Die Einrichtung der Kleinwohnung". Text von H. de Fries / J. Licht, Arosa: Kurhotel Isla in Arosa. Text von Herbert Hoffmann. Bookseller Inventory # 23328

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Title: 9 Original B/W Photographs by Adolf Lazi of ...

Publisher: NP, NP

Publication Date: 1930

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition:vg+

Edition: First edition.

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