Nachrichten der Deutsche Linoleum-Werke A.-G., [Mai 1937, Nr. 30]
by Deutsche Linoleum-Werke A.-G., (Hrs)
Bietigheim: Deutsche Linoleum-Werke A.-G., 1937. First edition. Softcover. vg. Large quarto (11 3/4 x 8 1/4"). 68pp. Original tan wrappers, with brown lettering to front and back covers. "Nachrichten der Deutsche Linoleum-Werke A.-G." is the official mouthpiece of the Deutsche Linoleum-Werke (DLW), one of Europe's leading manufacturers of floor coverings since 1926. Lavishly illustrated with 111 b/w photographic reproductions, this 30th issue of the magazine features numerous examples of the use of the company's linoleum flooring in contemporary architecture in the Third Reich and throughout the world.The photographs depict exterior and/or interior views of the following buildings:- The "Haus des Deutschen Sports," Berlin, Arch. Werner March.- The "Reichsluftfahrtministerium" (the Ministry of Aviation), Arch. Ernst Sagebiel.- The new Dresden Airport, Arch. Kurt Otto.- The administration building "Feuersozietät der Prov. Brandenburg," Berlin, Arch. Paul Mebes and Paul Emmerich.- The "Stadt- und Kreissparkasse" (Bank) in Bunzlau (now Boleslawiec, in Poland), Arch. Baurat a. D. J. Bischof and R. Ullrich.- The Stadtsparkasse" (Bank) in Teterow, Arch. Baurat a. D. J. Bischof and R. Ullrich.- The "Zahnradfabrik" (Gear Factory), a German car parts maker headquartered in Friedrichshafen, Arch. W. Ritter.- The building of a commercial paper wholesale distributor in Essen, Arch. Paul Portten- The Deutsches Opernhaus, in Berlin-Charlottenburg, Arch. Paul Baumgarten.- The Wenzel-Hancke hospital in Breslau (now Wroclaw, in Poland)- The apartment buildings for the workers of IG Farben, Frankfurt a. M.- Dr. F.'s villa, Offenbach/M., Arch. R. Schwarz.- The kindergarten of Bad Soden am Taunus, Arch. Heinz Bettenbühl.- The indoor tennis center of Zeche Zollverein, Essen.- The Makabi gymnasium, Prague (Tchechoslovakia, now Czech Republic).- The Eastman-Institut, Stockholm (Sweden), Arch. W. Johanson.- The Viipuri Library, Viipuri (Finland) (now Vyborg, in Russia), Arch. Alvar Aalto.- The Aleksis Kivi Primary School, Helsinki (Finland), Arch. G. Taucher.- The Red Cross maternity in Luxemburg, Arch. Otto Bartning.- The Alderdomshjem trade rooms, Oslo (Norway), Arch. R. E. Jacobsen.- The Forstaedernes Bank, Glostrup, Denmark, Arch. Juis Jeppesen.- The sitting room of the Association of Visual Artists, Prague (Tchechoslovakia, now Czech Republic).- The reading room of the library of the Klementinum university, Prague (Tchechoslovakia, now Czech Republic). - The Van de Ven salesroom, Brussels (Belgium).- The Persil laundry room and waiting room, Vienna (Austria).- Hotel Slavjanska, Sofia (Bulgaria), Arch. Mihailovski and Apostoloff.- Café Emke, Budapest (Hungary), Arch. E. Erno.- The "Aro" movie theatre, Bucarest (Romania), Arch. Horia Creanga.- The "Rex" movie theatre, Athens (Greece), Arch. Kassandra and Bonis.- The "Assutha" private hospital, Tel Aviv (Palestine, now Israel), Arch. Joseph Neufeld.- The agricultural college of Ankara (Turkey).- The dining room of a Belgian steamer.- The AEG salesroom in Buenos-Aires (Argentina).- The Casa Welsch salesroom in Lima (Peru)Text in German. Wrappers and interior in overall very good condition.
(Inventory #: 40981)
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