STILARCHITEKTUR – Hermann Muthesius

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pg 8 – On what points of view but is our Today’s architecture?

pg 8 – About this question can give us a look back at the best teach the way they in their recent develop-ment sections, but mainly in the nineteenth year has a hundred taken.

pg 8 – One has the nineteenth Century the century of transport, electricity, the natural sciences, the historical research, the Century of the People’s armies of labor, machinery mentioned.

pg 40 – Been using the individual Styles. 

But also have other modern demands in the course of the last century in architecture asserted and have – for the large quantity, although unnoticed and compared to the well in the foreground standing style bustle also quite in secret, we- kend – but caused a kind of undercurrent a determining part of a dawning new Architecture promises to deliver. There are the demands, resulting from the new economic and transport ratios, the new design principles and the new materials show. In the latter respect us the nineteenth century, two new building materials ge- introduced: iron and glass, for once in the un ^ common advanced traffic and other modern Conditions, the use revealed. These ratios brought us some important new building genera, before all of the station, the exhibition building. In two was the vast space treatment with feeding a maximum Masses of light, the fundamental condition. Iron and glass seemed the materials given here.

 

 

“RELATING on exhibition architecture has England by the set up for the first World Exhibition of 1851 Crystal Palace the world pointed the way, and for his Time completely unique dastehendes company, a wonder- factory of the then blossoming English undertakings tion humanities. The building was designed by a gardener the later ennobled Joseph Paxton built the his Experiences of greenhouses on the peculiar con- struction of iron and glass installed. They ranked it his time hardly a in the works of architecture, and yet be paved example of a new architectural American publication of the following decades the ways: the wide arched iron hall. They came especially to Validity in the exhibition palaces of a series of World’s Fairs, the France of that time held, and France, where the brilliant architect Labrouste already earlier in his Bibliotheque Sainte-Genevieve and the National Library of the iron in rich Maasse access”

 

41 – RELATING on exhibition architecture has England by the set up for the first World Exhibition of 1851 Krystallpalast the world pointed the way, and for his Time completely unique dastehendes company, a wonder- factory of the then blossoming English undertakings tion humanities. The building was designed by a gardener the later ennobled Joseph Paxton built the his Experiences of greenhouses on the peculiar con- struction of iron and glass installed. They ranked it his time hardly a in the works of architecture, and yet be paved example of a new architectural American publication of the following decades the ways: the wide arched iron hall. They came especially to Validity in the exhibition palaces of a series of World’s Fairs, the France of that time held, and France, where the brilliant architect Labrouste already earlier in his Bibliotheque Sainte-Genevieve and the National Library of the iron in rich Maasse access

 

 

 

 

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