When Otto Wagner decided to retire from the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna at the end of the 1911–12 academic year, he recommended his former student Jože Plečnik as his successor. Had Wagner opted to step down only a few years before, he likely would have put forward either Joseph Maria Olbrich or Josef Hoffmann to take over his special architecture master class. But Olbrich died of leukemia in 1908 and Hoffmann went his own way, founding the Wiener Werkstätte with Koloman Moser. Wagner held all three men in the highest regard. He inscribed their names on the façade of his final project, the Artists' Court of...
Review: Leopold Bauer: Häretiker der modernen Architektur, 1872–1938, by Jindřich Vybíral
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Christopher Long; Review: Leopold Bauer: Häretiker der modernen Architektur, 1872–1938, by Jindřich Vybíral. Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians 1 March 2020; 79 (1): 111–113. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/jsah.2020.79.1.111
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