Classic Modern Homes of the Thirties: 64 Designs by Neutra, Gropius, Breuer, Stone, and Others

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Courier Corporation, Jan 1, 1989 - Architecture - 134 pages
Over 300 illustrations - including sharply detailed photographs, line drawings of floor and site plans, elevations and cross-sections - depict interiors and exteriors of 62 houses exemplifying the purpose, spirit and techniques of modern architecture. A clearly written, explanatory text discusses the use of materials, family and location analysis, site costs and other factors involved in the design and construction of these homes.
 

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Contents

What is Modern?
iii
Revolt From Traditional Architecture
iv
Modern Architecture Accepts the Challenge
v
Serviceability
11
Family Analysis
12
Leadership
13
Illustrated Presentation of Houses
15
Americas Contribution to Modern Architecture
123
Day
124
Harris
125
Keck
126
Schindler
127
Vallet
128
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