JOŽE PLEČNIK: Iz ljubljanske šole za arhitekturo,
Place and Year: Ljubljana, Slovenia: Ognjišče akademikov arhitektov 1925.
Technique: 4°,  blank page, 127 pp. with images and photoreproductions, [4 pp.] index, [3 pp.] blank pages, original illustrated yellow wrappers (Very Good, wrappers slightly dusty, old hand written name in the corner of the cover and on the title page).
A rare publication by the Technical University of Ljubljana, department for Architecture, shows the work of the Slovenian architect Jože Plečnik (1872-1957) and his students, such as Dušan Gabrijan, Emil Navinšek, France Tomažič, Janko Omahen and Ivan Pengov. The plans, photos, and technical drawings include drafts for buildings (Ljubljana stadium, churches, private houses), gravestones, objects, book covers, magazines etc. Plečnik was a world known architect from the first half of the 20th century, mostly active in Vienna, Prague and Ljubljana.
Only two known copies of the magazine in the institutions outside Slovenia.
Availability: In stock