Introduction by Eva-Maria Barkhofen
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Insights into the design process and intellectual foundation of Hans Scharoun, one of the most extraordinary protagonists of Germany’s modern architecture. Romeo and Julia, two residential high-rises in Stuttgart, built 1954–59 and designed by Hans Scharoun (1893–1972), constitute the most original and far-reaching of the various attempts to re-design the entire “process of living” that this extraordinary protagonist of Germany’s modern architecture undertook.
Hardback, 22.5x32.5 cm
Park Books, 1st edition 2019