Albert Kahn’s Industrial Architecture

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Albert Kahn is probably the most important industrial architect of the 20<sup>th</sup> century. With his factory for the Ford T models, designed for mass production, he found himself at the beginning of modern industrial architecture. His industrial buildings inspired the architects of European Modernism. They were the examples by which the structural rationality of Kahn’s industrial developments became the guiding principle for the New Building movement up until today.

The unrivalled monograph with its numerous photographs, plan layouts, site plans, and virtual 3D models comprehensively documents the buildings of Albert Kahn, which he was able to construct in a very short time due to his system-based working method – in the USA but also in the Soviet Union, Brazil, Sweden, France, China, Japan, and Australia.

Additional information

Weight 14968 g
Dimensions 9.2 × 1 × 12.8 cm
ISBN-13

9783035618099

Bidding

Hardcover

Content

240

Publisher

Birkhauser Architecture (May 20, 2019)

Author

Thorsten Bürklin, Jürgen Reichardt

Language

English

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