Part of a series that aims to place buildings within their historical context,his text considers Gropius' Dessau Bauhaus, Le Coubusier's Unite deabitation and Kahn's Salk Institute. It includes specially producedechnical drawings that explain how the buildings were detailed and putogether. The text explains how all three buildings are the product of greatocial vision and humanism and that by studying these pivotal buildingsogether, the approaches of three different architects to building forpecific communities can be examined.
Twentieth Century Classics
AuthorBeth Dunlop,Dennis Sharp