Author: Morta Bauziene, Janis Krastins, Klára Kubickova,

Publisher: DOCOMOMO International (1992)

Dimensions (length x width x height): 21 cm × 1 cm × 30 cm

Pages: 64

Language: English

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Docomomo Newsletter 7 (June 1992)

Lithuania’s Architecture 1918–1940 by Morta Bauziene
Modern Movement Architecture in Latvia: Sources of a Historical Heritage by Janis Krastins
Czech and Slovak Neofunctionalism: Our Context of Neofunctionalism by Klára Kubickova
Czech and Slovak Neofunctionalism: The Poetry of Sobriety by Radomíra Sedláková
The Mercurius Building at Wormer, the Netherlands by Ed Schulte
The Haus am Horn (Georg Muche, 1923): An Annex to a Bauhaus Museum in Weimar? by Klaus-Jürgen Winkler
Bergpolderflats: A Built Modern Manifesto: Van Tijen’s Answer to the Housing Crises Related to Duiker’s Book ‘Hoogbouw’ by Ard Buijsen
The New House / Novy Dum: Exhibition of Moder housing in Brno, 1928 by Jan Sedlak
Two Faces of Functionalism in Gdynia, Poland by Maria J. Soltysik
Henry van de Velde’s Only Work in the USA: The Belgian Building at Virginia Union University by Léon Ploegaerts
Restoration of Aalto’s House of Culture by Tapani Mustonen