The original concept of the garden city, as developed by Ebenezer Howard. Originally published in "Garden Cities of tomorrow", Sonnenschein…
The Gartenstadt Atlantic in 2005, following extensive restorations.
Portrait of Walter Gropius, ca 1919
Carl H. Hahn
Albert O. Hirschman
The Hufeisensiedlung, or horseshoe housing development, was built in Berlin's Britz district between 1925 and 1933. Designed by architects Bruno…
Institute for Social Research
James Marshall Miller giving a lecture at the 1958 International Seminar on Urban Renewal
House at the Jersey Homesteads cooperative, December 1936.
During the 1960s, Alfred Kastner served as the co-chairman of the architectural advisory board of the Bureau for Advanced Housing,…
George Katona (at center, with cigarette) and staff at the Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan, 1950
The Kaufmann House in Palm Springs, California. Designed by Richard Neutra in 1946, the house is an important example of…
Hans Kelsen, about 1942.
Julius Klein (at center) giving an interview, 1966.
Gisela Konopka, 1965
Standardized door handle designed by Ferdinand Kramer in 1920s Frankfurt.
The Lafayette Park housing development contains a large park and a number of apartment buildings and housing cooperatives. It was…
Transatlantic Perspectives is a four year research project that explores the role of European migrants in transatlantic exchange processes during the mid-twentieth century.
The project is funded largely through a grant from the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung).
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