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3935455828
Author:
Deutscher Werkbund
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Engineering
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English
Publisher:
Braun; First Edition edition (May 28, 2008)
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170 pages
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Deutscher Werkbund, Winfried Brenne (2008): Bruno Taut: Master of colorful architecture in Berlin, Verlagshaus .

Deutscher Werkbund, Winfried Brenne (2008): Bruno Taut: Master of colorful architecture in Berlin, Verlagshaus Braun, ISBN 978-3-935455-82-4. Markus Breitschmid (2012): "The Architect as 'Molder of the Sensibilities of the General Public'": Bruno Taut and his Architekturprogramm, in: The Art of Social Critique. Painting Mirrors of Social Life, Shawn Chandler Bingham (e. Lanham: Lexington Books of Rowman & Littlefield, pp. 155–179, ISBN 978-0-7391-4923-2. Markus Breitschmid (2017): "Glass House at Cologne

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Posts about Deutscher Werkbund written by. Bruno Taut – Meister des farbigen bauens in Berlin, Master of colourful architecture in Berlin. Verlagshaus Braun, 2008. Each project is set out with example floor plans, contemporary and original images, site location plans and text.

Each project is portrayed by means of texts, plans as well as historic and contemporary photos.

In October 1907 he founded the Deutscher Werkbund together with other . From 1930 to 1932 Bruno Taut taught as professor for architecture at the Technical University in Charlottenburg.

In October 1907 he founded the Deutscher Werkbund together with other artists in Munich. Taut began his architectural studies at the Technical University of Berlin in 1908. As early as 1909 he had his own architectural office, which he ran together with his brother Max Taut from 1912. After the Nazis seized power, he emigrated to Japan in 1933.

It presents the extensive catalogue of Bruno Taut's works, among them the famous Berlin housing estates such as the "Hufeisensiedlung" ("Horseshoe Development"), the garden city Falkenberg " (dubbed the "Inx Box Colony") and the forested housing estate "Onkel Toms Hutte" ("Uncle Tom's Cabin"). Each project is portrayed by means of texts, plans as well as historic and contemporary photos.

European Architecture/Crafts Series Deutscher Werkbund German Work Federation/Labour League. MAIN A-Z INDEX - A-Z of ARCHITECTURE. AEG Turbine Factory (1908-9) Berlin, Germany. In the same year as the formation of the Deutscher Werkbund, Peter Behrens travelled to Berlin and was appointed artistic director of the firm AEG (Allgemeine schaft), a position he held until the outbreak of war in 1914.

Glass pavilion by Bruno Taut BRUNO TAUT - Cologne . Bruno Taut-designed modernist house on the Horseshoe Estate, Berlin, Germany - WowHaus.

Glass pavilion by Bruno Taut BRUNO TAUT - Cologne, Werkbund Ausstellung - 1914. Bruno Taut, Glass House The German Werkbund was an association of artists, designers, and architects that prefigured the Bauhaus. When Bruno Taut built his wondrous and sadly transient colour-bathed Glass Pavilion he abandoned the bronze-agendtorirs of the Church for stained glass as pure experience with "no other purpose than to be beautiful.

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Brenne . Deutscher Werkbund Berlin, Bruno Taut : Master of Colorful Architecture in Berlin(Urban Planning & Construction), Natl Book Network, 2008. Ideology and the Visual Arts in Weimar Germany Distributed exclusively in the USA by St. Jan 1997. Sennott S. Encyclopedia of 20th century architecture, Fitzroy Dearborn, New York, 2004. The Culture of Criticism: Adolf Behne and the Development of Modern Architecture in Germany Degree of Doctor of Philosophy in the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Colombia University.

Bruno Taut (1880?1938) is generally considered to be the leading housing estate architect of the modern era. Utilizing the latest architectural techniques and concentrating on the needs of the people who were to inhabit his creations, he made a lasting im