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Werkgruppe Graz 1959-1989 - Architecture at the Turn of Late Modernism

Werkgruppe Graz 1959-1989 - Architecture at the Turn of Late Modernism

By (author) Eva Guttmann
By (author) Gabriele Kaiser

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  • The first comprehensive monograph on a significant Austrian group of architects; puts the Werkgruppe Graz in national and international and in historical context
  • Provides a complete catalogue of the group's buildings and projects
Full Description
The Werkgruppe Graz played a major role in post-war Austrian architecture. All four of its members were educated at the Technical University in Graz and began their collaboration in the late 1959, with the first building completed in 1963. The group was an important precursor of what became known as the Graz School in Austrian architecture. Socially progressive, with a participatory as well as scientific approach they created projects that remain significant milestones until the present day. Werkgruppe Graz 1959-1989 is the first comprehensive documentation of the group's work; putting it in historical and international context. With comprehensive details of 30 building projects, it is a complete catalogue of their work. Text in English and German.
About the Author
Eva Guttmann studied political science, history and architecture, and has been appointed director of HDA - Haus der Architektur in Graz in 2010. HAD - Haus der Architektur in Graz is a non-profit organisation for architectural education, founded in 1988. It provides a platform for a variety of events, such as exhibitions, workshops, symposiums on architecture, urban and spatial development. Gabriele Kaiser studied art history in Vienna and is an architecture publicist and lecturer, and has been director of afo - Architekturforum Oberosterreich since 2010.
Specifications
Publisher
Park Books
ISBN
9783906027289
Published
8th Jan 2014
Binding
Paperback / softback
Size
250 mm x 150 mm
Pages
318 Pages
Illustrations
125 color, 283 b&w
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