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JOSEF HOFFMANN. Architecture guide

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200 pages, around 270 illustrations
24 x 12.50 cm, softcover
MAK, Vienna / Moravian Gallery in Brno / Hatje Cantz Verlag, Ostfildern-Ruit, 2010

The guidebook presents Josef Hoffmann's birthplace in Brtnice, which has been the Josef Hoffmann Museum since 2005, a joint branch of the Moravian Gallery, Brno and the MAK, Vienna. A detailed essay presents the house in its development and significance for Josef Hoffmann's work.

At the same time, the volume is a guide to Josef Hoffmann's most important, still preserved and accessible buildings in Central Europe, which are presented in summary for the first time. Short essays accompanied by photos characterize the buildings and interiors. A short biography of Josef Hoffmann as well as practical information and plans for viewing the objects of one of the most important architects and designers of the 20th century with a bibliography round off the publication.

Edited by Peter Noever and Marek Pokorný, with contributions from Peter Noever, Marek Pokorný, Jan Tabor, Rainald Franz, Martina Lehmannová and Kathrin Pokorny-Nagel.


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