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Josef Hoffmann Interiors 1902 - 1913 Kısa Özet
This catalog examines Austrian architect and designer Josef Hoffmann's early career, from his student days in Vienna to his worldwide influence on 20th-century decorative arts as a member of the Secessionist Movement and founder of the Vienna Workshops. Illustrated throughout with 65 color and 179 black and white photos and reproductions, the book focuses on four interiors that exemplify Hoffmann's modernist themes, designed during his most creative period: the Vienna townhouse of Max Biach residence (1902-04), the Vienna apartment of pediatric surgeon Johannes Salzer (1903-04), the Berlin apartment of Margaret and Jerome Stonborough (1905), and the Geneva apartment of painter Ferdinand Hodler (1913).