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by Lisa Phillips,Greg Lynn,Frederick Kiesler,Lebbeus Woods,Dieter Bogner,Peter Noever

  • ISBN: 3775710477
  • Category: Engineering
  • Author: Lisa Phillips,Greg Lynn,Frederick Kiesler,Lebbeus Woods,Dieter Bogner,Peter Noever
  • Subcategory: Engineering
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Hatje Cantz Publishers (August 15, 2001)
  • Pages: 128 pages
  • FB2 size: 1876 kb
  • EPUB size: 1188 kb
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Frederick J. Kiesler was an architect, sculptor, painter, designer, and art historian. Frederick J. Kiesler was born in Vienna in 1890

Frederick J. He was tireless in his pursuit of a radical new concept of interior spaces: his dream was a polydimensional living space. Kiesler was born in Vienna in 1890.

Frederick J. He was tireless in his pursuit of a radical new concept of interior spaces: his dream was a polydimensional living space, an organic continuum in which color, form, and light, combined with magical and mythical themes, would create a new cosmos. Kiesler book. Lisa Phillips, Greg Lynn. Kiesler. Endless Space reconstructs Kiesler's ideals of living and his concept of modernity with extensive illustrations from Kiesler's archives and texts about his theories and career. An essential addition to the history of 20th-century architecture and design.

Endless Space reconstructs Kiesler's ideals of living and his concept of modernity with extensive . Kiesler was born in Vienna in 1890

Endless Space reconstructs Kiesler's ideals of living and his concept of modernity with extensive illustrations from Kiesler's archives and texts about his theories and career.

Essays by Greg Lynn, Lisa Phillips and Lebbeus Woods. Published by Hatje Cantz. Essays by Greg Lynn, Lisa Phillips and Lebbeus Woods. Catalog FALL 2001 Urban Studies. Distributor Availability: Out of print.

Frederick John Kiesler (Czernowitz or Tschernovitz, Austro-Hungarian Empire (now Chernivtsi, Ukraine), September 22, 1890 – New York City, December 27, 1965) (born as Friedrich Jacob Kiesler). Austrian-American architect, theoretician, theater designer, artist and sculptor. From 1908 to 1909, Kiesler studied at the Technische Hochschule in Vienna. From 1910–12, he attended painting and printmaking classes at the Akademie der bildenden Künste, both in Vienna.

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Frederick Kiesler - architect, artist, designer, poet, philosopher - was part Renaissance man, part space-age prophet. Concurrently, Kiesler was preparing a book dealing with his progressive beliefs about architecture, art, theater, and design - a book that was not only a forum for his ideas but also a showcase for the works of many AUDAC members. He did not intend either to settle in France or return to Vienna.

Frederick J. Kiesler was an architect, sculptor, painter, designer, and art historian. He was tireless in his pursuit of a radical new concept of interior spaces: his dream was a polydimensional living space, an organic continuum in which color, form, and light, combined with magical and mythical themes, would create a new cosmos. His so-called Endless House, imagined and designed in the 1950s, though never realized, stayed with him all his life, and has fascinated and influenced other architects for decades. Endless Space reconstructs Kiesler's ideals of living and his concept of modernity with extensive illustrations from Kiesler's archives and texts about his theories and career. An essential addition to the history of 20th-century architecture and design.

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