Introduction by Robin Schuldenfrei; Translated by Annika Fisher
"For whom do these luxury workshops exist? What results are produced by the limitless workforce, the vast amounts of materials, and the enormous sums of money involved?"
Introduction by Tim Benton; Selected and Translated by Paul Stirton
Newly translated into English, these extracts from Le Corbusier appeared in French, Czech, and German in the Prague journal Tchéco-Verre in 1935.
Introduction by Claudia Wedepohl; Translated by Christopher D. Johnson
An unusual firsthand account of the origins of the distinct approach to the history of images developed by Aby Warburg.
Selected and Translated by Juliet Kinchin
These extracts outline Schütte-Lihotzky’s working methods, the concerns that lay behind the design of the Frankfurt Kitchen, and something of her larger ideas about design and the status of women.