Shaping the Great City: Modern Architecture in Central Europe, 1890-1937
Eve Blau, Monika Platzer
Prestel, 1999 - Architecture - 271 pages
The explosion of architectural ideas during the last decades of the Hapsburg Empire and in the first adventurous years of the new republics of Central Europe that followed it is the subject of this stimulating and wide-ranging study.
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