BRUNO TAUT ALPINE ARCHITEKTUR PDF

It should merely clarify in a concrete form the tendencies that encourage one to build high and should not be looked at as an end in itself, but rather as a suggestion that brings us closer to the realization of what was identified previously and to the fulfillment of further aims…. The First World War had a strong effect on Bruno Taut and his later architecture because he became in a pacifist. The ideas that he had created in the Crystal Pavilion of would be framed in a deeper context and they became in the starting point of the architecture during the next years. This statement was framed within the concept Geist and Volk Spirit and people , where the Geist spirit was the vehicle through the personal aspirations of the man were close of the creations of the God. In these temples, the latest aim of architecture its function is devotion for beauty and a place for the spirit.

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Houses, pavilions and monuments, rendered through watercolor drawings, are all made of crystal and reflect the sunshine and the landscape while merging with it.

The ideals of beauty and transparency were opposed by the architect, to a materialistic and utilitarian culture. The Monte Rosa and its foothills down to the green plains is to be rebuilt.

Yes, impractical and without utility! But have we become happy throught utility? Always utility and utility, comfort, convenience — good food, culture — knife, fork, trains, toilets, and yet also — cannons, bombs, instruments of murder!

To want only the utilitarian and comfortable without higher ideals is boredom. Boredom brings quarrel, strife, and war… Preache the social idea… Engage the masses in a great task, which fulfills everybody, from the humblest to the foremost… Each sees in the great communality clearly the work of his own hands: each builds — in true sense….

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Notify me of new posts via email. Skip to content. Boredom brings quarrel, strife, and war… Preache the social idea… Engage the masses in a great task, which fulfills everybody, from the humblest to the foremost… Each sees in the great communality clearly the work of his own hands: each builds — in true sense… Bruno Taut, Alpine Architecture, plate 16, translation.

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Houses, pavilions and monuments, rendered through watercolor drawings, are all made of crystal and reflect the sunshine and the landscape while merging with it. The ideals of beauty and transparency were opposed by the architect, to a materialistic and utilitarian culture. The Monte Rosa and its foothills down to the green plains is to be rebuilt. Yes, impractical and without utility!

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Case 3: Bruno Taut and Alpine Architektur

With the end of World War I and the collapse of the German Empire in architects like Bruno Taut called for the new government to support programs that would not only provide work, but would usher in a new ideal mankind, free from the machinations of war and the constraints of material possessions. Germany, however, suffered from an economic recession and severe inflation, leaving many citizens unemployed and architects with few commissions. The utopia that Bruno Taut had envisioned remained primarily on paper. Alpine Architektur owes greatly to the theories of the writer Paul Scheerbart whom Taut befriended in

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“Alpine Architecture”: an Utopian City by Bruno Taut (1917)

He was active during the Weimar period and is known for his theoretical works as well as his building designs. After secondary school, he studied at the Baugewerkschule. In the following years, Taut worked in the offices of various architects in Hamburg and Wiesbaden. From to , Taut worked in Stuttgart for Theodor Fischer and studied urban planning. He received his first commission through Fischer in , which involved the renovation of the village church in Unterriexingen.

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