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Tugendhat House. Ludwig Mies van der Rohe (New edition) | Daniela Hammer-Tugendhat, Ivo Hammer, Wolf Tegethoff | 9783990435090

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Tugendhat House

Ludwig Mies van der Rohe (New edition)

Auteur:Daniela Hammer-Tugendhat, Ivo Hammer, Wolf Tegethoff

Uitgever:Birkhäuser

ISBN: 978-3-99043-509-0

  • Hardcover
  • Engels
  • 272 pagina's
  • 19 nov. 2014

This beautifully illustrated new edition of the book on House Tugendhat, with fresh personal reminiscences and previously unpublished material, explains the architectural significance of the Tugendhat House by Mies van der Rohe in Brno, Czech Republic.

The Tugendhat House in Brno (Czech Republic) was named by UNESCO in 2001 as one of the most important buildings of modern architecture and as a World Heritage Site. Mies van der Rohe designed and built it in 1928-1930 and it is beyond any doubt one of the pinnacles in his career. Based on the monograph of 1998 (English edition in 2000) the authors describe the complex aspects of this house: personal, historical, art historical, architecture theoretical and restoration scientific ones.

Most recent additions include personal reminiscences, photography experiments by Fritz Tugendhat and previously unpublished footage from the family mansion, the house's history after 1997, the conservation of scientifically important materiality of the house and comments on the methodology and techniques of restoration in 2010-2012.

This beautifully illustrated new edition of the book on House Tugendhat, with fresh personal reminiscences and previously unpublished material, explains the architectural significance of the Tugendhat House by Mies van der Rohe in Brno, Czech Republic.

The Tugendhat House in Brno (Czech Republic) was named by UNESCO in 2001 as one of the most important buildings of modern architecture and as a World Heritage Site. Mies van der Rohe designed and built it in 1928-1930 and it is beyond any doubt one of the pinnacles in his career. Based on the monograph of 1998 (English edition in 2000) the authors describe the complex aspects of this house: personal, historical, art historical, architecture theoretical and restoration scientific ones.

Most recent additions include personal reminiscences, photography experiments by Fritz Tugendhat and previously unpublished footage from the family mansion, the house's history after 1997, the conservation of scientifically important materiality of the house and comments on the methodology and techniques of restoration in 2010-2012.

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