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…
Walter Landor aboard theKlamath, the retired ferryboat that became the Landor Associates headquarters in the 1960s.
Kurt Lewin, n.d.
Raymond Loewy with Robert Bourke in South Bend, Indiana, 1953
Mario Einaudi, circa. 1960. This photo was used in a yearbook at Cornell University, where Professor Einaudi spent most of…
Mario Einaudi, circa. early 1930s, around the time of his emigration to the United States.
"Normandie" pitcher, ca. 1935 Chrome-plated brass, 12 x 3 x 9 1/2 in. (30.5 x 7.6 x 24.3 cm) On…
Paul Steiner, circa. 1936
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