Erich Mendelsohn: architect 1887-1953: Built Works
Eric Mendelsohn: Architect 1887-1953, the first major monograph on the architect in twenty-five years, documents and analyzes all of his completed projects. Extensively illustrated with architectural drawings and archival photographs, the volume presents a comprehensive view of each building: the Einstein Tower: the Luckenwalde hat factory: department stores and office buildings in Berlin, Stuttgart, and Nuremberg: the De La Warr Pavilion at Bexhill-on-Sea in Sussex: a hospital in Haifa: a building for the Hebrew University on Mount Scopus: commissions for the American Jewish community (including several synagogues and a Holocaust memorial in Riverside Park, New York): and numerous private houses.
In addition to the visual material, essays by noted scholars cover topics such as Mendelsohn's travels in Holland, Palestine, the United States, and the Soviet Union: his 1933 departure from Germany: the project for a Mediterranean academy: and his relationships with his employees.
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