Frederick H. Newman: Vienna 1900 – Wellington 1964: Lectures on Architecture

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    First Edition.

    21cm x 21cm. 222 pages, black and white illustrations, plans. Black paper wrappers, pictorial jacket.

    Friedrich H. Neumann fled Gemany in 1938 because of Nazi anti-Semitic policies, having studied and worked as an architect in Vienna, Paris and Moscow. He was accepted as a refugee by New Zealand where he joined the Department of Housing Construction, becoming Sectional Head of Housing in the Ministry of works in 1956. This book reproduces his 11 lectures on architecture and photographs from his archive of his works from 1924 to 1964.

    Very minor tanning. Near Fine Condition.


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