(12) Brief introductory text and list of plates, followed by 124 full-page mostly black and white plates, several in color, including photographs, sketches, and floor plans depicting various architectural projects designed by Müller-Erkelenz in and around Cologne, including the former home of the Cologne Gazette, Villa Best, Villa M. Müller, the Neven DuMont apartment building, the Venauen manor, the Kempinski-Haus, and other public and domestic buildings. Some minor pen notations; staples rusting, some pages coming loose. Small folio. Cloth with gilt-stamped cover. Some minor soiling to cover. Köln am Rhein (DuMont Schauberg) 1908. Heinrich Müller-Erkelenz was a well-known architect in Germany, working primarily in the first half of the 20th century. He studied in Nuremberg, Munich, and Darmstadt under Gabriel von Seidl and Karl Hofmann, and before becoming independently employed worked under Carl Moritz. His works include housing estates, hotels, department stores, office buildings, and villas. As of June 2016, WorldCat locates two holdings in North America. (Inventory #: 48488)
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