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Suppose that an architect of the twelfth or thirteenth century were to reture among us, and that he were to be initiated into our modern ideas; if one put at his disposal the perfections of modern industry, he would not build an edifice of the time of Philip Augustus or St Louis, because this would be to falsify the first law of art, which is to conform to the needs and customs of the times. -Viollet-le-Duc, 1863

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Deutscher Werkbund

Walter Gropius and Adolf Meyer (architects) Hans Wagner (Fotografie), Fagus-Werk Factory, Alfeld an der Leine, ca. 1911 Bauhaus Archive / Museum of Design, Berlin Walter Gropius, Art Deco, Bauhaus Design, Design Movements, Le Corbusier, Brutalist, Architecture Design, Classical Architecture, Landscape Architecture

Adolf Meyer : Bauhaus100

He was Walter Gropius’s right-hand man, his number 1 planner and a close confidant: Adolf Meyer. In 1910 they jointly created the Fagus Factory, one of the most important buildings of modern architecture and ground-breaking for everything to come. And yet: Meyer spent his life in the shadow of Gropius.

Bruno Taut, The Glass Pavilion, Prismatic glass dome structure at the Cologne Deutscher Werkbund Exhibition. I like this design as it an architectural achievement, it demonstrates interesting use of glass. The glass dome creates a kaleidoscope feel. Bauhaus, Bruno Taut, Style International, Dome Structure, Round Building, Glass Pavilion, Glass Brick, Walter Gropius, Glass House

Bruno Taut - Glass Pavilion

Bruno Taut’s Glashaus built for the Deutscher Werkbund exhibition of 1914. The concrete and glass pavilion - with its coloured prismatic roof and glass brick walls – demonstrated the full range of vitreous architectural applications afforded by science. The Cologne exhibition also featured notable works by Walter Gropius and Adolf Meyer (a model factory) and a prototype theatre by Henry van de Velde. [Photo by unknown photographer - source Wikimedia Commons - public domain because of age]

German architect Peter Behrens – was one of the first of his kind. A member of the Deutsche Werkbund in, he worked to improve the “taste” and design of everyday objects in his home country. Art Deco, Art Nouveau, Corporate Design, Bauhaus, Portfolio Design, Peter Behrens, Industrial Architecture, Design Movements, Everyday Objects

Josef Maria Olbrich – El Ojo En El Cielo

Entradas sobre Josef Maria Olbrich escritas por MaríaVázquez

 Standard work on the life and work of Joseph Maria Olbrich One of the Walter Crane, Vase Design, Art Deco Design, Art Nouveau, Ex Libris, Gustav Klimt, Edmund Dulac, Koloman Moser, Motif Art Deco

Joseph Maria Olbrich 1867-1908 | Architecture

Joseph Maria Olbrich 1867-1908 - Architekt und Gestalter der frühen Moderne. Standard work on the life and work of Joseph Maria Olbrich One of the

 Ludwig Mies worked on this elevation while employed by Behrens Brick Architecture, Industrial Architecture, Classical Architecture, Historical Architecture, Peter Behrens, Brick Projects, Halle, Modernist Movement, Walter Gropius

What did Mies van der Rohe mean by less is more? | Architecture | Agenda | Phaidon

The aphorism is one of the most used (and abused) in design and architecture. Detlef Mertins, author of an exceptional monograph on the master architect, reveals how it came about and what it meant to him

Werkbund ~ Walter Gropius & Adolf Meyer ~ Factory building for the Deutsche Werkbund Exhibition ~ Cologne, Germany ~ 1914 Industrial Architecture, Classic Architecture, Historical Architecture, Contemporary Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Architecture Design, Walter Gropius, Bauhaus, Brick Projects

Walter Gropius, Adolf Meyer. Building at Werkbund Exhibition, 1914

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Grobius Meyer, Deutscher Werkbund Pavilion, 1914 Industrial Architecture, Architecture Details, Bauhaus, Art Deco, Walter Gropius, Design Reference, Pavilion, Stairs, Building

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"AEG" Poster by Peter Behrens cartel a dos colores, por la identidad ya… Art Nouveau, Art Deco, Vintage Advertisements, Vintage Ads, Vintage Posters, French Posters, Koloman Moser, Poster Art, Retro Poster

Art Nouveau: Peter Behrens and the corporate type design

My topic is about Peter behrens and the corporate type design, i will try to show how meaning is created through the artworks of Peter Behrens. How his artworks can affect the viewers perspective and change peoples' lives. What road did Peter go into in order for his message to reach every viewer equally and how Art can be for everyone. Peter Behrens Is one of the best artists of his day. He is best known as an architect from the beginning of Modernism. Architecture was certainly Behrens's…

P Behrens, affiche de l’exposition du Deutscher Werkbund, Cologne, 1914 William Morris, Moma, Degenerate Art, Fritz, Design Movements, Constructivism, Design Graphique, Art History, Design History

Deutcher Werkbund - Munich, Germany 1907-1934 ART PLUS INDUSTRY. Founder Herman Mathesius

Peter Behrens / Technical Administration Building of Hoechst AG, Höchst am Main, Germany, It is also referred to as the Peter Behrens Building (Peter-Behrens-Bau). German Architecture, Brick Architecture, Industrial Architecture, Architecture Details, Hans Poelzig, Peter Behrens, Modernist Movement, Piedmont Italy, Walter Gropius

Peter Behrens / Technical Administration Building of Hoechst AG, Höchst am Main, Germany, 1920-24. It is also referred to as the Peter Behrens Building (Peter-Behrens-Bau).

Berlin Treptow-Köpenick Schöneweide Peter-Behrens-Haus Canon TS-E EOS Mark III Add me wherever you want: about.me/alexanderrentsch Architectural Photographers, French Photographers, Corporate Design, Peter Behrens, Modernist Movement, Walter Gropius, Ludwig Mies Van Der Rohe, Industrial Architecture, Modern City

Peter-Behrens-Haus #VI

Berlin Treptow-Köpenick Schöneweide Peter-Behrens-Haus Canon TS-E 17mm f/4L@Canon EOS 5D Mark III Add me wherever you want: about.me/alexanderrentsch

Hans Poelzig – passivity and hermeticism Industrial Architecture, Architecture Old, Hans Poelzig, Guys And Girls, Willis Tower, Germany, Exterior, Building

Hans Poelzig’s Sulphuric Acid Factory in Luboń, Poland (1911-1912)

In a parallel with Ross Wolfe, (yet purely coincidential) we publish here an early industrial work of architect Hans Poelzig, one of the finest examples of German Architectural Expressionism. As an architect and theoretician, Poelzig was particularly interested in developing a language...

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Recto Interior of the Crystal Palace in Hyde Park, erected to house the Great Exhibition of a fountain and tall tree in transept with galleries on either side; visitors in space. 1851 Steel engraving © The Trustees of the British Museum Amazing Architecture, Art And Architecture, Exhibition Building, Palace London, Glass Structure, Victorian London, Industrial Architecture, Industrial Revolution, Crystal Palace

Media Tweets by British Museum (@britishmuseum)

The latest media Tweets from British Museum (@britishmuseum). A museum of the world, for the world. Find out how you can #MuseumFromHome: http://ow.ly/GOJP30quLqX House rules: http://ow.ly/Y9zg304exDj. London

The Oxford University Museum of Natural History, Oxford, by Tomas Deane and Benjamin Woodward. Lake Photography, Stone Columns, Industrial Architecture, Holiday Places, Glass Roof, Natural History, Oxford, Places To Visit, University

Interior of The Oxford University Museum of Natural History | Quintin Lake Photography

Interior of The Oxford University Museum of Natural History. The square court with a glass roof, supported by cast iron pillars, which divide the court into three aisles. Cloistered arcades run around the ground and first floor of the building, with stone columns each made from a different British stone.The building is designed by Thomas Newenham Deane and Benjamin Woodward in 1850 influenced by the writings of critic John Ruskin.

Walter Gropius and Adolf Meyer (architects) Hans Wagner (Fotografie), Fagus-Werk Factory, Alfeld an der Leine, ca. 1911 Bauhaus Archive / Museum of Design, Berlin Walter Gropius, Art Deco, Bauhaus Design, Design Movements, Le Corbusier, Brutalist, Architecture Design, Classical Architecture, Landscape Architecture

Adolf Meyer : Bauhaus100

He was Walter Gropius’s right-hand man, his number 1 planner and a close confidant: Adolf Meyer. In 1910 they jointly created the Fagus Factory, one of the most important buildings of modern architecture and ground-breaking for everything to come. And yet: Meyer spent his life in the shadow of Gropius.

Bruno Taut, The Glass Pavilion, Prismatic glass dome structure at the Cologne Deutscher Werkbund Exhibition. I like this design as it an architectural achievement, it demonstrates interesting use of glass. The glass dome creates a kaleidoscope feel. Bauhaus, Bruno Taut, Style International, Dome Structure, Round Building, Glass Pavilion, Glass Brick, Walter Gropius, Glass House

Bruno Taut - Glass Pavilion

Bruno Taut’s Glashaus built for the Deutscher Werkbund exhibition of 1914. The concrete and glass pavilion - with its coloured prismatic roof and glass brick walls – demonstrated the full range of vitreous architectural applications afforded by science. The Cologne exhibition also featured notable works by Walter Gropius and Adolf Meyer (a model factory) and a prototype theatre by Henry van de Velde. [Photo by unknown photographer - source Wikimedia Commons - public domain because of age]

German architect Peter Behrens – was one of the first of his kind. A member of the Deutsche Werkbund in, he worked to improve the “taste” and design of everyday objects in his home country. Art Deco, Art Nouveau, Corporate Design, Bauhaus, Portfolio Design, Peter Behrens, Industrial Architecture, Design Movements, Everyday Objects

Josef Maria Olbrich – El Ojo En El Cielo

Entradas sobre Josef Maria Olbrich escritas por MaríaVázquez

 Standard work on the life and work of Joseph Maria Olbrich One of the Walter Crane, Vase Design, Art Deco Design, Art Nouveau, Ex Libris, Gustav Klimt, Edmund Dulac, Koloman Moser, Motif Art Deco

Joseph Maria Olbrich 1867-1908 | Architecture

Joseph Maria Olbrich 1867-1908 - Architekt und Gestalter der frühen Moderne. Standard work on the life and work of Joseph Maria Olbrich One of the

 Ludwig Mies worked on this elevation while employed by Behrens Brick Architecture, Industrial Architecture, Classical Architecture, Historical Architecture, Peter Behrens, Brick Projects, Halle, Modernist Movement, Walter Gropius

What did Mies van der Rohe mean by less is more? | Architecture | Agenda | Phaidon

The aphorism is one of the most used (and abused) in design and architecture. Detlef Mertins, author of an exceptional monograph on the master architect, reveals how it came about and what it meant to him

Werkbund ~ Walter Gropius & Adolf Meyer ~ Factory building for the Deutsche Werkbund Exhibition ~ Cologne, Germany ~ 1914 Industrial Architecture, Classic Architecture, Historical Architecture, Contemporary Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Architecture Design, Walter Gropius, Bauhaus, Brick Projects

Walter Gropius, Adolf Meyer. Building at Werkbund Exhibition, 1914

Explore alexander_str's photos on Flickr. alexander_str has uploaded 242 photos to Flickr.