A magyar falu. [The Hungarian Village.] A budapesti magy. kir. állami felsö építö ipari iskola 1918-25 évi felvételei VII. Ernö Foerk.
A magyar falu. [The Hungarian Village.] A budapesti magy. kir. állami felsö építö ipari iskola 1918-25 évi felvételei VII.
A magyar falu. [The Hungarian Village.] A budapesti magy. kir. állami felsö építö ipari iskola 1918-25 évi felvételei VII.
A magyar falu. [The Hungarian Village.] A budapesti magy. kir. állami felsö építö ipari iskola 1918-25 évi felvételei VII.
A magyar falu. [The Hungarian Village.] A budapesti magy. kir. állami felsö építö ipari iskola 1918-25 évi felvételei VII.
A magyar falu. [The Hungarian Village.] A budapesti magy. kir. állami felsö építö ipari iskola 1918-25 évi felvételei VII.
A magyar falu. [The Hungarian Village.] A budapesti magy. kir. állami felsö építö ipari iskola 1918-25 évi felvételei VII.
Unique Collection of Vernacular Architectural Plans

A magyar falu. [The Hungarian Village.] A budapesti magy. kir. állami felsö építö ipari iskola 1918-25 évi felvételei VII.

[Budapest]: Budapesti Magyar Királyi Állami Felsö Építö Ipariskola, [1927]. First edition. Text in Hungarian. With 43 single and 7 double plates of black and white reproductions. In publisher’s illustrated, yellow folder, printed in red. With a two-page insert of the publisher in German. [8] p., [2] p., and 43 plates (of which 7 are double plates). Folder restored at foldings. The plates are in fine condition. Overall in fine condition.

A unique portfolio of vernacular architectural plans, collected from the territory of historical Hungary, which includes areas that are now part of Romania, Transylvania, Croatia, Serbia and Slovakia.

The collection was created by the students of the Royal Hungarian College of Architecture and Applied Arts during their summer field trips around Hungary between 1918 and 1925. The folder includes 50 plates of reproductions of hand-drawn house plans, exterior views and architectural details, like roof structures and plans of so-called “Székely gates”.

The measures were led by the Hungarian architect, Ernö Foerk, (1868–1934) who was the teacher, later director of the college from 1898 until his retirement in 1929.

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Price: €500.00

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