Catalogue of the Library of the Peabody Institute of the City of Baltimore

Catalogue of the Library of the Peabody Institute of the City of Baltimore

Dohme , R. Karl Friedrich Schinkel . 32 pp . ( In his Kunst und kuenstler , V. 4 , pt . 1. ) Schinz , Karl . ... ( Works , v . 2 : Libr . Angl . - Cath . Theol . ) OWEN , J. Of schism ; the true nature of it , discovered and considered ...

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Catalogue of the Library of the Peabody Institute of the City of Baltimore

Catalogue of the Library of the Peabody Institute of the City of Baltimore

Dohme , R. Karl Friedrich Schinkel . 32 pp . ( In his Kunst und kuenstler , V. 4 , pt . 1. ) Schinz , Karl . ... ( Works , v . 2 : Libr . Angl . - Cath . Theol . ) OWEN , J. Of schism ; the true nature of it , discovered and considered ...

Author: Johns Hopkins University. Peabody Institute Library

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105119067663

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A Universal Man

A Universal Man

A Universal Man 1 . 2 . PORTRAIT BUST OF KARL FRIEDRICH SCHINKEL . 1819 SCHINKEL IN NAPLES . 1824 Christian Friedrich Tieck ( 1776-1851 ) Inscribed : Carl . Friedr : Schinkel . Fried . Tieck a . v . fec . 1819 Marble , h .

Author: Karl Friedrich Schinkel

Publisher: Yale University Press

ISBN: 0300051654

Category: Biography & Autobiography

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This book is about one of the geatest and most influential architects and designers of the 19th century. Schinkel designed many of the great buildings of his native Germany; his architecture still dominates Berlin.
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The Styles of Ornament

The Styles of Ornament

(After Karl Friedrich Schinkel, Sammlung architektonischer Entwilrfe.) Plate 398. Fig. 1, 2, 6, and 7. Grecian chairs and sofa (L. Lohde, Sammlung von Mbbelentwiirfen, erfunden von Karl Friedrich Schinkel). ,, 3.

Author: Alexander Speltz

Publisher: Courier Corporation

ISBN: 9780486205571

Category: Design

Page: 647

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Over three thousand drawings illustrate the ornamented styles that have been produced throughout the world since prehistoric times
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The Victoria and Albert Museum

The Victoria and Albert Museum

VX.1991.004 Nicholas Rea: the art of making the book 12 March—2 June National Art Library display of work based on ... I 9 9 1.01 3 Karl Friedrich Schinkel : a universal man 31 July—27 October PUBLICATION: v.1991.007 VX.1991.014 ...

Author: Elizabeth James

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781134271061

Category: Reference

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First Published in 1999. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
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Catalogue of the Avery Architectural Library

Catalogue of the Avery Architectural Library

1-2 in 1 v . 98 pl . K86 Kramm , Christiaan . De levens en werken der hollandsche en vlaamsche kunstschilders , AW beeldhouwers , graveurs en bouwmeesters ... Karl Friedrich Schinkel in seinem verhältniss zur gothischen AW baukunst .

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ISBN: NYPL:33433066287743

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Hut Pavilion Shrine Architectural Archetypes in Mid Century Modernism

Hut Pavilion Shrine  Architectural Archetypes in Mid Century Modernism

2 (June 1936). Schinkel, Karl Friedrich. Das Architektonische Lehrbuch. Compiled by Goerd Peschken. Berlin, 1979. ... Zeitschrift für Kunstgeschichte, 68, v. 1 (2005). Schulze, Franz. Philip Johnson: Life and Work. New York, 1994.

Author: Miles David Samson

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317119319

Category: Architecture

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The phase of American architectural history we call 'mid-century modernism,' 1940-1980, saw the spread of Modern Movement tenets of functionalism, social service and anonymity into mainstream practice. It also saw the spread of their seeming opposites. Temples, arcades, domes, and other traditional types occur in both modernist and traditionalist forms from the 1950s to the 1970s. Hut Pavilion Shrine examines this crossroads of modernism and the archetypal, and critiques its buildings and theory. The book centers on one particularly important and omnipresent type, the pavilion - a type which was the basis of major work by Louis I. Kahn, Paul Rudolph, Philip Johnson, Minoru Yamasaki, and other eminent architects. While focusing primarily on the architecture culture of the United States, it also includes the work of British, European Team X, and Scandinavian designers and writers. Making connections between formal analysis, historical context, and theory, the book continues lines of inquiry which have been pursued by Neil Levine and Anthony Vidler on representation, and by Sarah Goldhagen and Alice Friedman on modernism’s 'forbidden' elements of the honorific and the visually pleasurable. It highlights the significance of 'pavilionizing' mid-century designers such as Victor Lundy, John Johansen, Eero Saarinen, and Edward Durell Stone, and shows how frequently essentialist and traditionalist types appeared in the roadside vernacular of drive-in restaurants, gas stations, furniture and car showrooms, branch banks, and motels. The book ties together the threads in mid-century architectural theory that addressed aspects of type, 'essential' structure, and primal 'humanistic' aspects of environment-making and discusses how these concerns outlived the mid-century moment, and in the designs and writings of Aldo Rossi and others they paved the way for Post-Modernism.
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Karl Friedrich Schinkel Charlottenhof Potsdam Sanssouci

Karl Friedrich Schinkel  Charlottenhof  Potsdam Sanssouci

II- 1-Cg-23. 2. Karl Friedrich Schinkel, site plan of Charlottenhof with the first project for a court gardner's house with pumping station, ... 3, Friedrich Wilhelm IV., Chariottenhof in the original version from the air, Graphite.

Author: Heinz Schönemann

Publisher: Edition Axel Menges

ISBN: 9783930698127

Category: Architecture

Page: 71

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When the small farmstead in the south-western corner of Sanssouci park came up for sale in 1825, Hofmarschall von Maltzahn wrote to the King of Prussia to say that the grounds of Sanssouci would be much improved by the addition of this plot. It was clear that Peter Joseph Lenne, who produced a first plan for the garden as soon as the land was presented to the Crown Prince, later King Friedrich Wilhelm IV, was behind the letter. Schinkel, the architect of Charlottenhof, and Lenne, the designer of the surrounding park, had met in 1816 when they were working for Chancellor Hardenberg in Glienicke, between Berlin and Potsdam. They established a community of interest that architecture critics have compared with the best years of cooperation between John Nash and Humphry Repton. Charlottenhof became the highlight of their joint activities. The palace, set on a severe garden axis, was built from 1826 to 1829. It was followed from 1829 to 1840 by the freely developing area of the Hofgartnerhaus and its adjacent facilities, all of which has become known as the "Roman Baths". The Crown Prince involved himself in the planning process, contributing over 100 sketches. He called Charlottenhof "my Siam", understood as a synonym for a better world, and he was pursuing with it his intention of presenting his own future style of government, based on romantic theories of the state and striving for a harmonious balance of all classes and interests. Charlottenhof is Schinkel's only work to have survived complete inside and outside, surrounded by Lenne's landscape garden, which has also been carefully looked after and preserved. In his role as the foundation's curator Heinz Schonemann isresponsible for the preservation of the buildings and monuments of the Stiftung Preussische Schlosser und Garten Berlin-Brandenburg. Reinhard Gorner has been working as an architectural photographer for more than a decade. He is highly thought of by many major architects as an interpreter of their work; they include Gunter Behnisch, Peter Eisenman, Hans Kollhoff, Jurgen Sawade, Hans Dieter Schaal and Otto Steidle.
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Subject guide to German books in print

Subject guide to German books in print

Herzogtum Lauenburg 2 ) Wachholtz , K ' In 48 , ( 3-529-02658-1 ) Engl./Franz/Ital . ... 2 Tle . Vorw . v . Noll , Rudolf . 1980 . Motive der Kunsterziehungs- und Kunstgewerbebewegung . ... 216 Karl Friedrich Schinkel .

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105117238316

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