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German architecture


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German architecture

German architecture

WETZSTEIN, P. German - Architectural draughtsman

Erich Mendelsohn and the Architecture of German Modernism

German Architectural Theory and the Search for Modern Identity

Book Review: Politics and Culture in Wilhelmine Germany: the Case of Industrial Architecture

The Limits of Community – The Possibilities of Society: On Modern Architecture in Weimar Germany

Book Review: Politics and Culture in Wilhelmine Germany: the Case of Industrial Architecture

Does Federalism Impact Gender Architectures? The Case of Women’s Policy Agencies in Germany and Austria

The Culture of Regionalism: Art, Architecture and International Exhibitions in France, Germany and Spain, 1890–1939, by Eric Storm

Cold War on the Home Front: The Soft Power of Midcentury DesignNeo-Historical East Berlin: Architecture and Urban Design in the German Democratic Republic, 1970–1990

Architecture and Artifacts of the Pennsylvania Germans: Constructing Identity in Early America. By Cynthia G. Falk. (University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2008. xiv, 241 pp. $45.00, ISBN 978-0-271-03338-9.)

Gavriel Rosenfeld. Munich and Memory: Architecture, Monuments, and the Legacy of the Third Reich. (Weimar and Now: German Cultural Criticism, number 22.) Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press. 2000. Pp. xxiii, 433. $45.00

Winckelmann, Johann Joachim. Johann Joachim Winckelmann on Art, Architecture, and Archaeology. Trans. David Carter. Rochester, NY: Camden House (Studies in German Literature, Linguistics and Culture), 2013. 281 pp. £60.00. ISBN 978–1–57113–520–9

War, Judgement and Memory in the Basque Borderlands, 1914–1945At the Border. Margins and Peripheries in Modern FranceColonial Borderlands: France and the Netherlands in the Atlantic in the Nineteenth CenturyThe Culture of Regionalism. Art, Architecture and international exhibitions in France, Germany and Spain, 1890–1939

 

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The late Gothic (Spätgotik) architecture of late fourteenth- and fifteenth-century Germany took different forms in northern and southern Germany. In north Germany the preferred building material was brick, and the ...

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