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Weissenhof 1927 and the Modern Movement in Architecture
by Richard Pommer and Christian F. Otto
University of Chicago Press, 1991
Cloth: 978-0-226-67515-2
Library of Congress Classification NA7351.S7P6 1991
Dewey Decimal Classification 728.094347309042

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ABOUT THIS BOOK
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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