From Bauhaus to Our House

From Bauhaus to Our House by Tom Wolfe (Picador, 1981) discusses how the architectural principles of middle European workers housing of the 1920s were converted into the International Style of 20th-century American architecture.

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From Bauhaus to Our House by Tom Wolfe (Picador, 1981) discusses how the architectural principles of middle European workers housing of the 1920s were converted into the International Style of 20th-century American architecture.

Wolfe’s delightfully witty, biting history of modern architecture is scintillating high comedy of big money, manners, and massive manipulation of public taste.
– Tom Wolfe, From Bauhaus to Our House, back flap blurb by Publishers Weekly

The text is in English. The book is illustrated with some black-and-white photographs of the discussed buildings and places.

Our copy in stock is in good condition. The pages are clean without any markings, and the glueing of the binding is fine.

Weight 350 g
Dimensions 14,5 × 14,5 × 1,7 cm
Author(s)

Tom Wolfe

Publisher

Picador

Publishing year

1981

Language

Images

b&w photos

Binding

Hardcover

Condition

Number of pages

111

ISBN

978-0-312-42914-0