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Dammerstock housing estate, Karlsruhe: commemorative plaque

RIBA111995
Gropius, Walter (1883-1969)
NOTES: This is a housing development to the south of the city, designed by Walter Gropius with assistance from Otto Haesler. It was the result of a competition in which Gropius was awarded first prize and Haesler second. Gropius co-ordinated the entire project with its different units, providing a total of 228 dwellings (out of the 750 planned). Gropius designed a five-storey block, a four-storey block and a row of terraced houses. The remaining blocks and service buildings are the work of Haesler, Riphahn, Grod, Roeckle, Lochstampfer, Rossler, Merz and Fischer.

Old house, Nicosia

RIBA114483
SOURCE: Architectural Review, vol. 8, 1900 Sept., p. 130

Detail of a doorway of an old house, Nicosia

RIBA114485
SOURCE: Architectural Review, vol. 8, 1900 Sept., p. 132

Detail of doorway, Nicosia

RIBA114486
SOURCE: Architectural Review, vol. 8, 1900 Sept., p. 133

Detail of relief representing the Crucifixion

RIBA114487
SOURCE: Architectural Review, vol. 8, 1900 Sept., p. 134

Drawings of a heraldic carving and detail of window tracery, Old Government House, Nicosia

RIBA114488
SOURCE: Architectural Review, vol. 8, 1900 Sept., p. 135

Title page of James Gibbs's 'A Book of architecture, containing designs of buildings and ornaments' (1728)

RIBA126059
SOURCE: James Gibbs, A Book of architecture, containing designs of buildings and ornaments (London, 1728), title page
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