Architecture for all! – Walter Müller-Wulckow’s (1886–1964) desire was to make the latest developments in modern architecture accessible to a wide audience. He produced the most widely published illustrated volumes on architecture in the 1920s.
To do this, Müller-Wulckow corresponded with several well-known architects and collected photographs, plans, letters and books all of which are attractively presented in this catalogue, providing a unique overview of the architectural trends of that era.
The catalogue also covers publication networks, an examination and interpretation of architecture and architectural photography.
Publisher: Kerber Verlag