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Walter Gropius, Industrie Architekt.
Vieweg, c Language German. Author Wilhelm, Karin. Other Authors Gropius, Walter, Series Schriften zur Architekturgeschichte und Architekturtheorie Schriften zur Architekturgeschichte und Architekturtheorie.
Subjects Gropius, Walter, Industrial buildings -- Germany -- Designs and plans. Industrial buildings. Notes A slight abridgment of the author's thesis doctoral --Philipps-Universitat, Marburg.
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Open to the public Book; Illustrated German Show 0 more libraries In the recent past the art of building sank into sentimental decorative conceptions of the aesthete,, whose goal was the outward display of motives, ornaments, and profiles taken mostly from past cultures, which were without essential importance to the body of the building. The building became depreciated as a carrier of superficial, dead decoration, instead of being a living organism.
The indispensable connection with advancing technology and its new materials and construction methods was lost in this are many for each building problem — the creative artist, within the boundaries his time sets upon him, chooses according to his personal sensibilities. The work therefore carries the signature of its creator.
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But it is wrong to infer from this the necessity for emphasis on the individual at any cost. On the contrary, the will to develop a unified world picture, the will which characterizes our age, presupposes the longing to liberate spiritual values from their confinement to the individual and to elevate them to objective importance.
Then the unity of the arts, which leads to culture, will follow by itself. In modern architecture the objectification of the personal and the national is clearly recognizable. A uniformity of the character of modern buildings across natural borders, to which peoples and individuals remain bound, caused by world trade and technology is invading all cultured nations. Architecture is always national, also always individual, but of the three concentric circles — individual, people, humanity — the last and greatest encompasses the other two.
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Study of the photographs of this book will reveal that strict utilization of time, space, material, and money in industry and management decisively determine the factors of the physiognomy of the modern building-organism: exactly cut form, singleness in multiplicity, organization of all parts of the building for the functioning of the building complex, the street, and traffic, concentration on typical plan forms, their development and repetition.
A new will is discernible, to design the buildings of our environment from inner laws, without lies or gaming, their sense and purpose elucidated by the functional tensions of their own building masses, with anything unnecessary that would mask their absolute form thrust off. The architects of this book affirm the contemporary world of the machine and its tempo; they strive for ever bolder means of design with which to overcome, with action and example, the suspended torpor of the world.