Tamara Bjažić Klarin's Ernest Weissmann, published in both Serbo-Croatian and English, is the first scholarly monograph available on this little-known yet highly significant figure in the history of modern architecture and urbanism. Based on extensive archival research, Klarin, described here as a “longtime associate of the Croatian Museum of Architecture,” offers a definitive and well-illustrated account of Weissmann's European career before 1939. She has consulted many Serbo-Croatian language archives in Zagreb and elsewhere in the former Yugoslavia, as well as the Bauhaus Archive in Berlin and the Ernest Weissmann Archive, which is now available at the Frances Loeb Library, Harvard Graduate School of Design.

Ernest Weissmann (1903–85)...

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