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Located at the recognized crescent website close to Gateway of India in Mumbai is the landmark historical past construction that homes the Prince of Wales Museum of Western India. it's some of the most beautiful examples of the Indo-Saracenic architectural type for which the architect, George Wiltet, is celebrated. Designed in 1909, it stuffed the necessity for a high quality museum in Western India, fairly to accommodate artifacts excavated through Henry Cousens, a well-known archeologist and Superintendent of Archeological Survey on the time, who focused his paintings on websites in Western India belonging to the early Guptan interval.
Public areas reflect the complexities of city societies: as old social bonds have weakened and towns became collections of people public open areas have additionally replaced from being embedded within the social textile of the town to being part of extra impersonal and fragmented city environments.
Patricia Merkel stellt in dieser Studie erstmals das Schaffen des Architekten Ernst Neufert (1900–1986) detailliert und im architekturhistorischen Kontext vor. Besonders im Fokus stehen Neuferts prägende Jahre zwischen 1920 und 1940 in Weimar, Dessau und Berlin – den Geburtsorten des Neuen Bauens. Die Autorin widmet sich den Voraussetzungen für seine Leistungen als Architekt – insbesondere im Frühwerk –, aber auch als Hochschullehrer und Autor.
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