Produced on the occasion of Bruno Taut Retrospective: Nature and Fantasy 1880–1938 at the Sezon Museum of Art, Tokyo, 9 June–1 August, 1994, and at the National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto, 30 August–2 October, 1994.
Bruno Taut was a renowned German architect, urban planner and author of Prussian Lithuanian heritage. He was active during the Weimar period and is known for his theoretical work, speculative writings and a handful of exhibition buildings. Taut’s best-known single building is the prismatic dome of the Glass Pavilion at the Cologne Werkbund Exhibition (1914).
Also including the work of Paul Goesch, Herman Finsterlin and Wenzel Hablik.
*Please note this publication is secondhand and has some traces of previous ownership.