Byggekunst 1933 Vol. 15 (Norske arkitekters landsforbund, 1933) is a bound collection of issues of the influential Norwegian architectural magazine published between 1919–2007. The 1933 volume was edited by Sverre Poulsen and Andreas Nygaard.
In 1933, Byggekunst was actively documenting and promoting various architectural styles and movements of the time, including functionalism, modernism, and traditional Norwegian architecture. It featured articles, essays, and reviews on architectural theory, design principles, and construction techniques. During this period, Byggekunst covered a wide range of topics, including urban planning, housing design, industrial architecture, and the integration of new materials and technologies. The magazine also showcased architectural projects from both Norway and abroad, providing architects and enthusiasts with insights into international trends and innovations. Byggekunst served as a platform for architects, critics, and scholars to exchange ideas, discuss architectural issues, and explore the evolving role of architecture in society. It played a crucial role in promoting progressive architectural ideas and advocating for a more functional and socially conscious approach to design.
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The text is in Norwegian. The magazines are illustrated with black-and-white photographs and architectural drawings.
Our copy in stock is in good condition. The individual magazines are in good shape. The binding shows only some small signs of shelf wear and use.