Charelston: A Bloomsbury House and Garden
Frances Lincoln, 2000 - Decoration and ornament - 191 pages
A study of the interior design styles original to Germany. The reader is taken on a tour of German interiors from the 16th to the early-20th centuries, through Rococco summer palaces, elegant middle-class Biedermeier villas and simple rural retreats to the functional forms of the Bauhaus.
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The terms Biedermeier, which refers to the late 18th-century German interpretation of neoclassicism, and Bauhaus, which refers to the ultramodern design of post-World War I, are frequently ... Read full review