|Author:||[MODERN ARCHITECTURE] - CIAM|
|Title:||Documents of modern architecture selected by O.M. Ungers and Liselotte Ungers|
|Description:||Series of reprints of books originally published 1928-1953, ill. in b/w. 1. Vorbereitender internationaler Kongress fur neues Bauen; 2. Die Wohnung für das Existenzminimum; (1 and 2 bound together) 3. Rationelle Bebauungsweisen; 4. La charte d'Athènes; 5. Logis et Loisirs; 6. A decade of new architecture; 7. Documents; 8. The heart of the city; 9. Contribution à la charte de l'habitat.|
Sert (José Luis), Can our cities survive? an ABC of urban problems, their analysis, their solutions. Ibidem, 1979. Reprint of the original, CIAM (1944). Oblong, ill.
Together 9 volumes, all in burgundy cloth, except for n°9 (stapled)
|Note:||CIAM (Congres Internationaux d'Architecture Moderne), founded in Switzerland in 1928, was an avant-garde association of architects intended to advance both modernism and internationalism in architecture. CIAM saw itself as an elite group revolutionizing architecture to serve the interests of society. Its members included some of the best-known architects of the 20th century, such as Le Corbusier, Walter Gropius and Richard Neutra|
|Price:||€280 - €400|