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Architectural Histories
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103 Publications
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  • Breslau Modernism, Back on the Map: A Review of Beate Störtkuhl, Moderne Architektur in Schlesien 1900 bis 1939: Baukultur und Politik, and Deborah Ascher Barnstone, Beyond the Bauhaus: Cultural Modernity in Breslau, 1918–1933

    Review of two books: Beate Störtkuhl, Moderne Architektur in Schlesien 1900 bis 1939: Baukultur und Politik, Munich: Oldenbourg, 512 pages, 645 illustrations, 2013, ISBN 978-3-486-71208-7. Deborah Ascher Barnstone, Beyond the Bauhaus: Cultural Modernity in Breslau, 1918–1933, Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 272 pages, 48 illustrations, 2016, ISBN 978-0-472-11990-5 <https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=ku01.r2_97;view=1up;seq=1>.

    Editorial

    Since its foundation in 2006 the European Architectural History Network (EAHN) has become the preeminent European association of academics, architects and professionals concerned with architectural history. From its inception, the Network has wished to initiate a peerreviewed scholarly journal, as a service for the members of the Network but even more as a contribution to the development and promotion of the multifaceted discipline of architectural history. Aided by a generous grant from the ...

    Between Looking and Making: Unravelling Dom Hans van der Laan’s Plastic Number

    Between 1920 and 1991, the Dutch Benedictine monk and architect Dom Hans van der Laan (1904–91) developed his own proportional system based on the ratio 3:4, or the irrational number 1.3247. . ., which he called the plastic number. According to him, this ratio directly grew from discernment, the human ability to differentiate sizes, and as such would be an improvement over the golden ratio. To put his theories to the test, he developed an architectural language, which can best be described as...

    European Regional Modernism

    In recent years, beginning with the publication in 2003 of Liane Lefaivre and Alexander Tzonis’ 'Critical Regionalism', followed by my 'Architectural Regionalism: Collected Writings on Place, Identity, Modernity and Tradition 'in 2007, there has been a quiet resurgence in the discourse of architectural regionalism.' 'Leuven University Press’s 'Regionalism and Modernity: Architecture in Western Europe 1914–1940 'continues in this direction, with eleven chapters devoted to variations of the reg...

    Time and Architecture in Premodern Italy: A Review of Marvin Trachtenberg’s 'Building-In-Time'

    In this significant book, Marvin Trachtenberg constructs a new theory for understanding the structural and operational temporalities of building which gave rise to the monumental constructions of medieval and Renaissance Italy.
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