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ISBN: 9789054960485
AUTEUR: P Wijdeveld

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"WITTGENSTEIN, ARCHITECT 1e druk is een boek van P Wijdeveld uitgegeven bij The Pepin Press B.V.. ISBN 9789054960485 The power of Ludwig Wittgenstein's genius, which had such a significant effect upon the course of Western philosophy, meant that for him nothing was trivial or of secondary importance. Between 1926 and 1928, in partnership with the architect Paul Engelmann, he designed and built a house in Vienna - the Kundmanngasse - for his sister Margaret Stonborough. Although Engelmann was an experienced architect and a former pupil of Adolf Loos, Wittgenstein dominated the project and is credited with the design: which is described as an elegant and austere example of early Modernism. ""Ludwig Wittgenstein: Architect"" describes the philosopher's temporary assumption of the role of architect, his ideas on aesthetics in general and architecture in particular, and his quest for ""functionalism, perfectionism and elegance as a consequence of truthfulness in thinking and acting"". Wittgenstein's hitherto unexplored friendship with Loos and his pupils is also considered. The text is illustrated with original sketches and drawings by Wittgenstein, virtually all surviving perspectives and plans, and the drawings and watercolours of the interior and original furnishing by another of Wittgenstein's sisters, Hermine. It is accompanied further by many commissioned photographs"

...n ervaren architect was,werd deze samenwerking gedomineerd door Wittgenstein ... Ludwig Wittgenstein, Architect by Paul Wijdeveld ... . De tekst wordt vergezeld door In 1920 Wittgenstein, now divorced from philosophy (having, to his mind, solved all philosophical problems in the Tractatus), gave away his part of his family's fortune and pursued several 'professions' (gardener, teacher, architect, etc.) in and around Vienna. Vergelijken - Ludwig Wittgenstein Architect (design Book) (Paul Wijdeveld) (1999) ISBN: 9789054960485 - Us: Pepin Press, 1999. Paperback. Very Good Plus/No Dj. 11 x 8.7 x 0.6 inches. Previous owner's c ... Ludwig Wittgenstein (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy) ... . Paperback. Very Good Plus/No Dj. 11 x 8.7 x 0.6 inches. Previous owner's card pasted to top left corner of front cover. This… Get this from a library! Ludwig Wittgenstein, architect. [Paul Wijdeveld] -- Between the years 1926 and 1928 the philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein and the architect Paul Engelmann designed and built a villa for Wittgenstein's elder sister, the Viennese society figure Margaret ... Public talk at the Wittgenstein House (Bulgarian Cultural Institute) in Vienna on 12 May 2017. Christopher Long and Allan Janik Dr. Christopher Long is Unive... Ludwig Wittgenstein architetto [Architecture is a Gesture: Ludwig Wittgenstein, architect] Daniele Pisani. Quodlibet Studio, 2011 (261 pp., € 28) With great earnestness, Daniele Pisani tells the story of the Kundmanngasse house, designed by Paul Engelmann and Ludwig Wittgenstein, and built by Wittgenstein in the period from 1926 to 1928. Ludwig Wittgenstein (1889- 1951), the philosopher, was a perfectionist in all things. From 1926-28 he helped to design a large, modern house on Kundmangasse, Vienna for his sister, Margaret ... Wittgenstein werd in 1889 in Wenen geboren, als zoon van een van de belangrijkste industrielen van de Oostenrijks-Hongaarse dubbelmonarchie. De familie speelt bovendien een belangrijke rol spelen bij het culturele leven. Ludwig gaat, zoals gebruikelijk was, een ingenieursstudie volgen. Wittgenstein deposited their beauty in the purity and clarity of the building. Wittgenstein follows the principle of his contemporary and close friend Adolf Loos, renouncing all ornament because as the Loos said: "Perfection is just beautiful, and architecture, as practiced, may not be perfect, and therefore will never be beautiful. Summary: Text from promotional poster: In direct comparison to contemporary Viennese works by Behrens, Hoffmann, Frank, Loos or Prutscher, the intriguing qualities of the Stonborough-Wittgenstein House (1926-1928) are highlighted by the radical nature and modernity of its architecture. Today, the philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein is credited with being the architect of the Stonborough ... Ludwig Wittgenstein, Architect Ludwig Wittgenstein, Architect Perloff, Marjorie 2002-10-01 00:00:00 Page 548 Tzvetan Todorov, Life in Common, trans. Katherine Golsan and Lucy Golsan (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2001), 174 pp. A Bulgarian-born French savant and man of letters, Todorov has engaged, in one fashion or another, with virtually every current in the human sciences of the ... 27-nov-2013 - Bruce Edward Litton descrubrió este Pin. Descu...