Adolf Rading in Breslau
Neues Bauen in der Weimarer Republik
[Adolf Rading in Breslau: The “New Architecture” in the Weimar Republic]
Ed. by Störtkuhl, Beate / Ilkosz, Jerzy
Aims and Scope
Adolf Rading (1888–1957) developed the Breslau Academy of Art and Applied Art into one of the most interesting schools of “new architecture” in the Weimar Republic. The volume traces the architect’s career and networks and tracks his creations in exile in Haifa and London. Source texts with commentary present Rading’s theoretical approaches. The focus is also on issues related to the preservation of his buildings in today’s Wrocław.
- 26 x 21 cm
- 426 pages
- 200 Fig.
- DE GRUYTER OLDENBOURG
- Type of Publication:
- History of architecture; modernist architecture; Bauhaus; Breslau Academy of Arts and Crafts
"Radings Bauten wieder ins öffentliche Bewusstsein zu rücken, ist das Verdienst des Buches."
Therese Mausbach in: Der Tagesspiegel (25.07.2019), 22