Titolo: Alpine Architektur - in 5 Teilen und 30 ...
Casa editrice: Folkwang-Verlag, Hagen. 1919. i.e. Tokyo,
Data di pubblicazione: 1944
Condizione sovraccoperta: Dust Jacket Included
Reissue of the 1919 edition. Folio. Black cloth wrappers with Japanese lettering in silver. Japanese title-page and 37 card leaves comprising 29 mounted monochrome sheets and eight colour lithographs, all facsimile reproductions of the 1919 edition. The translation into Japanese is in a booklet at the rear. It is sometimes stated that this is in fact a reissue of the original Folkwang sheets which had somehow been transported to Japan, but it has been established that there is some variation in dimensions and therefore these are in fact lithographic reproductions of a very high quality. Utopian visions of fantasy crystalline constructions. In the mid-thirties Taut, in exile from Nazi Germany, spent a few years in Takasaki where he wrote extensively on Japanese architecture and culture.Near fine in very good indeed dustwrapper (printed in Japanese) with a tear to the front flap. Scarce, especially in such brilliant condition.Offered with: the other four volumes of the Collected Works of Bruno Taut published simultaneously with the above but in a different format (octavo: very good set in card slipcases). Illustrated; texts in Japanese. Codice inventario libreria ARCHITEC011971
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