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  CONK! Encyclopedia: Deutscher_Werkbund   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The Deutscher Werkbund (German Work Federation) was a German association of architects, designers and industrialists, an important precursor to the Bauhaus.
The Werkbund was less an artistic movement than a state-sponsored effort to integrate traditional crafts and industrial mass-production techniques, to put Germany on a competitive footing with England and the United States.
The Werkbund commissioned van de Velde to build a theatre for its 1914 Cologne Exhibition in Cologne, the theatre which turned out to be his best work, and which only stood for one year before being destroyed as a result of World War I. Key dates of the Deutscher Werkbund:
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 Deutscher Werkbund --  Encyclopædia Britannica
The Werkbund, which was founded in Munich in 1907, was composed of artists, artisans, and architects who designed industrial, commercial, and household products as well as practicing architecture.
The Deutscher Werkbund gave way to a school of design and was refounded as the Bauhaus.
Directed by architect Walter Gropius and, after 1926, housed in a building designed by him at Dessau, Germany, the Bauhaus produced designs for furniture and household goods that are still used today and laid the groundwork for the creation of a modern aesthetic that dominated the next...
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 Ernst May - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
His education from 1908 through 1912 included time in Great Britain, studying under Raymond Unwin and absorbing the lessons and principles of the garden city movement.
He finished with a study at the Technischen Hochschule in Munich, working with Friedrich von Thiersch and Theodor Fischer, a co-founder of the Deutscher Werkbund.
Working for himself and others through the 1910s, in 1921 he helped win a competition for rural housing estate developments in Breslau.
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 iF - INDUSTRIE FORUM DESIGN HANNOVER   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Members of the Werkbund, for example, developed a sample collection in the 1920s for art educational purposes that did, however, fall into oblivion in 1932.
Equipped with this box, members of the Werkbund went from one school to another to provide children at a young age with knowledge of design that is suited to a given purpose, materials and forms, processing and surface finishing.
Sustainability, which is the order of the day, understood as holistic design, corresponds to the conviction of the Deutscher Werkbund since its foundation in 1907.
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 Deutscher Werkbund --  Britannica Concise Encyclopedia - The online encyclopedia you can trust!
The group's intellectual leaders, architects Hermann Muthesius and Henry van de Velde, were influenced by William Morris, who, as leader of the 19th-century English Arts and Crafts Movement, proposed that industrial crafts be revived as a collaborative enterprise of designers and craftsmen.
The Werkbund's influence was further enhanced by its exhibition of industrial art and architecture in Cologne (1914).
The Werkbund was disbanded in 1933 with the advent of Nazi rule in Germany.
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 Deutscher Werkbund Encyclopedia Article, Definition, History, Biography
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International style was a major architectural trend in the 1920s and 1930s and is considered the most minimal form of modernism.
International style was influenced by German and Dutch movements of Bauhaus, de Stijl and the Deutscher Werkbund.
In 1927, one of the first and most defining manifestations of the international style was the Weissenhof Estate in Stuttgart as a component of the exhibition "Die Wohnung," organized by the Deutscher Werkbund.
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 artnet.com: Resource Library: Döcker, Richard   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
He was a member of Der Ring, the Deutscher Werkbund and CIAM, and he was a leading proponent of Neues Bauen in southern Germany.
He achieved professional recognition in 1927 through his work as site architect in charge of construction at the Weissenhofsiedlung, Stuttgart, the Deutscher Werkbund’s exhibition housing estate for which he himself designed two houses (destr.
Deutscher Werkbund, §2: Functionalism and Neue Sachlichkeit, 1920–30
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 Bauhaus + Deutscher Werkbund   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The real reason behind this, however, was to compete with the rapidly expanding United States as it initiated for the first time in the young nation’s history a style unique to America, that of the skyscraper, quickly evolving into a glass tower.
He adamantly kept the Werkbund distinct from functionalism and expressionism, with the Werkbund staying equally balanced rather than at one extreme or the other of the form-function issue that has and will forever plague architects in their relentless pursuit of a personal ideology.
In the opening pages of the chapter on Werkbund and Futurism, he takes advantage of the naivete of the beginning student to fill them with architectural dogma that is only as factual as any religion.
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 HANS ECKSTEIN RESEARCH FILES, 1897-1984, bulk 1920-1984   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Correspondence with editors and publishers, D, Deutscher Kunstverlag, 105 letters and 11 postcards (1935-1938) include a proposal by Eckstein for a book series Deutsche Lande -Deutsche Kunst with subsequent letters concerning content and photographs for such a series.
Deutscher Werkbund, correspondence and documents regarding DWB business, 1949-1977, n.d.
"Auch der Bund Deutscher Architekten BDA gleichgeschaltet, " 3 pp.
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 deutscher werkbund - German Work Union (German to Spanish translation glossary) Architecture,
"The Deutscher Werkbund (German Work Union), founded in 1907 by Hermann Muthesius, Peter Behrens, and Fritz Schumacher, differed from the other Arts and Crafts movements by allying artists and architects with industrialists.
The Werkbund's ambition was to bring the talents of artists to bear on industrial products.
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 Design Styles
It was originally underpinned by a desire for a design ethos that reflected ideals of democracy and social reform, and a belief that the world of art and the manufacturing industry could be reconciled in order to provide all levels of society with well designed, mass produced goods.
Early groups that were instrumental in the development of the Modern Movement include the Deutscher Werkbund in Germany before World War 1, and the De Stijl group in the Netherlands after 1917.
These principles were put into practice most notably, and with the most lasting influence, at the Bauhaus in Germany in the 1920s and early 1930s.
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Notable among these is the Deutscher Werkbund, formed in 1907 to produce better quality machine
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 artnet.de: Resource Library: Riemerschmid, Richard   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Shown for the first time at the third Deutsche Kunstgewerbeausstellung in Dresden (1906), it was hailed by critics for its simplicity of style and purpose.
In 1907 Riemerschmid was one of the founder-members of the DEUTSCHER WERKBUND in Munich.
It was established to promote German design and many of its ideals were taken up later by the Bauhaus.
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 HANS ECKSTEIN RESEARCH FILES, 1897-1984, bulk 1920-1984   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
He wrote numerous articles for journals such as Zeitschrift für bildende Kunst in Leipzig, Werk the Swiss Werkbund publication, Kunst und Künstler published by Karl Scheffler, Kunst published by F. Bruckmann, and Die Form, the journal for the Deutscher Werkbund.
After 1945, he again worked as a journalist and editor and was active in the Deutscher Werkbund and the Freunde des Neuen Bauens, addressing issues in architecture and the politics of culture.
He became director of the Neuen Sammlung in Munich 1956, concerned primarily with its collection of modern applied art and industrial design.
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 Van de Velde - Biography and facts of Henry van de Velde
The Deutscher Werkbund commissioned van de Velde to build a theatre for the 1914 Werkbund Exhibition in Cologne.
Ten theses advanced by Hermann Muthesius on the work of the Werkbund — ten antitheses advanced by van de Velde and others.
As long as there are still artists in the Werkbund and as long as they can still exert an influence on its fate, they will protest against all proposals for a canon or typing.
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 U&lc: Upper & lowercase Magazine: 25.3.3 - ITC Fonts - Download PostScript and True Type Fonts   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
He began his career as a “book artist” in Munich and became a member of the Deutscher Werkbund, where he spoke on the value of quality in design.
He taught with Georg Trump and Jan Tschichold at the printing school in Munich, simultaneously working on the design of the Futura typeface, before being dismissed from his teaching post by the Nazis in 1933.
He participated in debates on the utilitarian nature of book design at the Deutscher Werkbund and similar forums.
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 [Version 040307-1930]
Chapter II contains a background and includes philosophical ideas and aesthetic movements in Europe which have influenced the Swedish Society of Arts and Crafts (in Swedish "Svenska Slöjdföreningen", abbreviated SSF) which was later renamed the Swedish Society of Crafts and Design (in Swedish: "Föreningen Svensk Form").
It considers its activities: the Arts and Crafts movement in England, the Swedish national romantic movement, Deutscher Werkbund in Germany, and Swedish moulders of public opinion and new ideas, like Ellen Key and Carl Larsson and Gregor Paulsson.
Keywords: arts and crafts, art and technology, industrial art, arts décoratifs, industrial design, history of design, household wares, architecture and engineering, housing problem, home furniture, romanticism, Deutscher Werkbund, Slöjdföreningen, Svensk Form, Swedish grace, IKEA, taste, social aesthetics, Sozial Ästhetik, functionalism, reformation of museums, exhibitions, fairs, departement stores, supermarkets, adult education.
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 Articles - International style (architecture)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Researchers find significant contemporary common ground among the Dutch de Stijl movement, the work of visionary French/Swiss architect Le Corbusier, and various German efforts to industrialize craft traditions, which resulted in the formation of the Deutscher Werkbund, large civic worker-housing projects in Frankfurt and Stuttgart, and, most famously, the Bauhaus.
The ideals of the style are commonly summed up in three slogans: ornament is a crime, form follows function, and Le Corbusier's description of houses as "machines for living".
In 1927, one of the first and most defining manifestations of the International Style was the Weissenhof Estate in Stuttgart, built as a component of the exhibition "Die Wohnung," organized by the Deutscher Werkbund, and overseen by Mies van der Rohe.
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 "Zukunft des Wohnens", the future of living | Floornature
Germany - An opportunity to investigate the theme of living, from basic concepts to interior accessories, from domotics to the new frontiers of ecology.
Deutscher Werkbund Baden-Württemberg e.V. is holding a competition for innovative ideas and proposals regarding forms and ways of living.
The deadline for expressions of interest is May 31 2002.
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 ARTSetc: The Bauhaus, modernism and domestic architecture
Although the ideas behind the International Modern Style at first appear to come from several different directions, including the Deutscher Werkbund, the De Stijl group, the Vkhutemas, Le Corbusier and the Bauhaus, these are all very strongly linked together.
The Bauhaus seemed to act as a magnet to all the leading designers, architects and artists of the time, some of which had already proved themselves as modern visionaries and had been shrewdly recognised by the Director, Walter Gropius.
Le Corbusier, Gropius and Mies van der Rohe had all worked for Peter Behrens, who was involved with the Deutscher Werkbund.
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 tardif-biblio   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Karen Kirsch, The Weissenhofsiedlung: Experimental housing built for the Deutscher Werkbund, Stuttgart, 1927 (Rizzoli, New York 1989).
J.J.P. Oud, "International Architecture: Werkbund Exhibition, "The Dwelling," July - September 1927, Stuttgart" in Oppositions 7 Winter/1977 pp.
Kurt Schwitters, "The Dwelling, Werkbund Exhibition," in Oppositions 7 Winter/1977.
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 Untitled Document
In 1973-1974 won a scholarship for the research doctorate at Stuttgart University; in 1977 received his doctorate in architecture.
Since 1978 has been a member of the Baden-Württemberg Institute for Architects, since 1979 of the Deutscher Werkbund, and since 1987 of the Comité International des Critiques d'Architecture, which awarded him their annual prize.
Since 1991 honorary member of the Bund Deutscher Architekten.
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 Visions of the Future and the Immediate Past: The Werkbund Exhibition, Paris 1930 -- Overy 17 (4): 337 -- Journal of ...
Visions of the Future and the Immediate Past: The Werkbund Exhibition, Paris 1930 -- Overy 17 (4): 337 -- Journal of Design History
Visions of the Future and the Immediate Past: The Werkbund Exhibition, Paris 1930
What has come to be known as the Werkbund Exhibition was shown
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 WOKA Info - Detail   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
It was formed in Munich in 1907 with the aim of 'selecting the best representatives of art, industry, crafts and trades, of combining all efforts towards high quality in industrial work, and of forming a rallying point for all those who are able and willing to work for high quality.'
The Deutscher Werkbund made an important contribution to the design philosophy that afterwards inspired the Bauhaus.
It collapsed under the Nazis and underwent a brief revival after the Second World War.
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The german debate in the "Werkbund" across the texts
Form and Theory in the architecture of XVIII century
The foundation of the Deutsche Werkbund, October 6 1907.
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