Schinkel's Berlin: A Study in Environmental Planning

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Harvard University Press, 1972 - Architecture - 263 pages
"Schinkel's Berlin is the first book in English devoted to his work and the first in any language to analyze his contributions to environmental planning. Mr. Pundt was one of the first Western scholars to gain access to the collection of nearly 4,000 original drawings and plans by Schinkel after it was returned to East Berlin by the Soviet Union in the early sixties; and he has also studied Schinkel's letters, diaries, official memoranda, and other writings."--Book Jacket.

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Contents

Introduction
1
Schinkels Training in Berlin
34
The Lessons of Italy
78
Copyright

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