Ernst Plischke

Ernst Plischke

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This volume is the first comprehensive survey on the Austrian-born architect Ernst Plischke (1903-1992), a key figure in Modernist architecture. His admiration for Le Corbusier is reflected in both his private housing and urban projects, and there are stylistic affinities to the work of Rudolf Schindler and Alvar Aalto. After emigrating to New Zealand in 1939, Plischke retained the characteristic traits of his work, such as his use of intense colour and variety of materials. This monograph showcases the astounding scope of Plischke's accomplishments: his private residences and apartment buildings, high-rises and churches, furniture designs and plans for entire towns. Numerous drawings, blueprints and colour photographs along with informative essays explore Plischke's key role in bringing European Modernist architecture to New Zealand.The bedroom was also completely lined with built-in wardrobes that were also painted outside. The surviving mena#39;s ... the wardrobe. In the living room there were half-height bookshelves and storage units, including a drinks cabinet (ill. 3.67).

Title:Ernst Plischke
Publisher:Prestel Pub - 2004

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