The importance of Hans Scharoun (1893-1972) as one of the leading figures in the Modern movement has only recently been acknowledged. His use of non-rectilinear geometry in plan and creation of expressive flowing spaces define his place in architectural history. Two of his public buildings in Berlin, Germany, the Philharmonic concert hall (1963) and the State Library (1979), are photographed for the first time in three dimensions and presented on three View-Master® reels. Included in the packet is Scharoun's own conceptual description of the Philharmonic, and notes by Peter Blundell Jones discussing the buildings in the context of the architect's career. This publication was supported by a grant from The Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts.
This set includes 3 View-Master® reels in a jewel case.
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