Sklo Thermolux - novodobý výtvor sklářského průmysl; Několik kapitol o stavebním skle. (Glass Thermolux - A Modern Creation of the Glass Industry; Chapters on Glass Building.) [With:] Emploi du verre dans les constructions moderns. [Use of Glass in Modern Constructions.]. Jaroslav Polívka.
Sklo Thermolux - novodobý výtvor sklářského průmysl; Několik kapitol o stavebním skle. (Glass Thermolux - A Modern Creation of the Glass Industry; Chapters on Glass Building.) [With:] Emploi du verre dans les constructions moderns. [Use of Glass in Modern Constructions.]
Sklo Thermolux - novodobý výtvor sklářského průmysl; Několik kapitol o stavebním skle. (Glass Thermolux - A Modern Creation of the Glass Industry; Chapters on Glass Building.) [With:] Emploi du verre dans les constructions moderns. [Use of Glass in Modern Constructions.]
Sklo Thermolux - novodobý výtvor sklářského průmysl; Několik kapitol o stavebním skle. (Glass Thermolux - A Modern Creation of the Glass Industry; Chapters on Glass Building.) [With:] Emploi du verre dans les constructions moderns. [Use of Glass in Modern Constructions.]
Two Early Works by a Collaborator of Frank Lloyd Wright

Sklo Thermolux - novodobý výtvor sklářského průmysl; Několik kapitol o stavebním skle. (Glass Thermolux - A Modern Creation of the Glass Industry; Chapters on Glass Building.) [With:] Emploi du verre dans les constructions moderns. [Use of Glass in Modern Constructions.]

Prague; Paris: 1936. 63 p.; 24 p.

Photographically illustrated architectural magazine, and essay about glass buildings by a Czech associate of Frank Lloyd Wright.

Jaroslav Josef Polívka (1886–1960) was a Czech structural engineer, a collaborator of Frank Lloyd Wright. In 1937, Polívka designed the structural frame of the Czech Pavilion at the Exposition Internationale des Arts et Techniques dans la Vie Moderne in Paris, collaborating with Jaromír Krejcar. In 1939, he worked with the Kamil Roškot to design the Czech building at the New York World’s Fair. In 1946 Polívka began to work with Frank Lloyd Wright and collaborated with him until Wright’s death in 1959. They worked together on seven major projects, two of which were materialized: the Johnson Wax Research Tower, 1946–1951 at Racine Wisconsin and the Guggenheim Museum, 1946–1959 in New New York City. They also had a design proposal for the reconstruction of the Butterfly Bridge at the Southern Crossing of the San Francisco Bay (1949–1952).

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Price: €600.00

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