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arquitecturas corrientes



Guggenheim Museum Bilbao by Frank Gehry
Jaime Salazar (photographer)

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Intérieur du dernier atelier de Pietr Mondrian à New York, East 59th Street

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Rådhuset, Göteborg, Gunnar Asplund

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Casa Ugalde, Caldes d’Estrac, Barcelona, 1951
José Antonio Coderch

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(Source: stelliii, via sixtensason)


Forgotten Architects by Myra Warhaftig

Alfons Anker,
Terraced Houses, Berlin 1929-30. Photo: M. Hawlik

«Alfons Anker was born in Berlin in 1872. He practiced architecture in Berlin, first on his own, then in partnership with the Luckhardt brothers. This successful partnership came to an abrupt end in 1933 when his partners joined the National Socialist Party. In 1939 he managed to flee to Sweden, but never succeeded in re-establishing his career as an architect. Anker died in Stockholm in 1958.»


Neuropsychiatric Hospital in Mendrisio
Mendrisio, Ticino, Switzerland; 1969-76

Aurelio Galfetti

Taken from “Quaderns d’arquitectura i urbanisme, 155” (1982)

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