The aesthetic paradigm of uniformity that accompanies the reflections, among others, by Karl Scheffler and the earlier work by Walter Curt Behrendt, finds an immediate reference in the original types of housing developed at the end of the nineteenth century and in vogue around 1910 in Germany for a society progressively eradicated from the traditional family. Einküchenhaus, Ledigenheim, Junggesellenhaus, Boarding house, are some of the main forms of housing created for that metropolis outlined by early twentieth century sociology and the Frankfurt School, which remains an evocative study object even today, referring to the antinomies between globalization and eradication vs. identity visions / rooted in tradition. The architecture of A. Gessner, H. Muthesius, T. Fischer and other masters will be examined, also in light of the theories of Lily Braun and of Socialism of the time.
Einküchenhaus/ Ledigenheim: la riflessione di Karl Scheffler e W.C. Behrendt sulla residenza collettiva negli anni Dieci / Mercadante, R.. - In: EDA. ESEMPI DI ARCHITETTURA. - ISSN 2035-7982. - ELETTRONICO. - 1(2019), pp. 1-21.
|Titolo:||Einküchenhaus/ Ledigenheim: la riflessione di Karl Scheffler e W.C. Behrendt sulla residenza collettiva negli anni Dieci|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2019|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|