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March 19, 1991 by The MIT Press .
Written in English
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ROB MALLET-STEVENS Itinéraires Paris-Bruxelles-Hyères BOUDIN-LESTIENNE Stephane, CULOT Maurice, MARE Alexandre Published by AAM Editions - Archives d'Architecture Rob Mallet-Stevens book, (). This book the first in English on his work Rob Mallet-Stevens book Mallet Stevens's career in its entirety, spanning architecture (shops and factories, private homes and apartment buildings, public buildings and offices), film sets, theory, urban design, furniture, and interior design.
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Robert Mallet-Stevens, (born MaParis, France—died Feb. 10,Paris), French architect known principally for his modernistic works in France during the s and ’30s.
Mallet-Stevens received his formal training at the École Speciale d’Architecture, Paris. He came to know the work of other young architects at the Salons d’Automnes of –14, and after the war he.
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The architect of the Villa Cavrois, Robert Mallet-Stevens began his career in Influenced by the architecture of Rob Mallet-Stevens book Hoffman and the Viennese Secession, he quickly stood out during his studies at the École Spéciale d'Architecture by defending a modern and.
Most of the important work by "Rob." -- as he was referred to in France Rob Mallet-Stevens book was done roughly Considering the novelty of what Henry-Russell Hitchcock and Phillip Johnson (in their book and Museum of Modern Art exhibit of ) named International Style, Mallet-Stevens was kept suprisingly busy with many commissions.
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Mallet-Stevens, Rob(ert) (–). French architect. He collaborated with Bourgeois, Chareau, and Jourdain on various projects before setting up his own practice in He was influenced by Hoffmann and Mackintosh before the –18 war, but the Pavilion of Tourism at the Paris Exposition International des Arts-Décoratifs (–5) gained him a position as one of the leading.
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Robert Mallet-Stevens and Fernand Léger, modernist set designs for L’Inhumaine. Fig. Robert Mallet-Stevens, project for workers' housing, Saint Cloud, perspective view (Deshoulieres, ed., Rob.
Mallet-Stevens, Brus-sels, ). Fin-de-Siecle Vienna provided Mallet-Stevens' initial contact with these ideas. After graduating from Paris' Ecole Speciale d'Architecture in 19o0, Mallet-Stevens worked for a year in the.
1 & 2: Grandes constructions, presented by Rob. Mallet-Stevens. plates 3: Maisons d'Habitations, presented by Alphonse Barrez. Missing plates: 32, 41, 4.
Contributors and patrons include e.g. Victor Bourgeois, W.M. Dudok, Tony Garnier, Hector Guimard, Francis Jourdain, André Lurçat, Rob. Mallet-Stevens, Auguste Perret,Henri Prost, Le Corbusier.
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