Stuttgart: 1927. Illustrated with photos. Foldout flyer for the exhibition. 4 p. / In very nice conditon.
The Deutsche Werkbund, a forward–looking association of manufacturers, designers, and architects that included Grete Schütte–Lihotzky, Lilly Reich, and Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, helped position Germany at the forefront of the development of the rational modern interior. An international exhibition organized under its auspices in 1927 took the form of a modern housing estate, exemplifying an admiration for scientific rationale and economic, prefabricated construction.