The Weimar era was a politically turbulent, economically uncertain but culturally dazzling age, which began with the end of the First World War in 1918 and ended abruptly when the National-Socialists came to power. The documentary photographs in this book take the reader on an extraordinary journey through time, as it was in Berlin during the 1920s that the age of the visual mass media began. In addition to recording the great events of the age, journalists began to take a keener interest in people's daily lives, capturing them in superb photo essays. This new approach found expression in the high circulation illustrated magazines of the Weimar Republic, which helped fore the bond between photographs and the press reports that has shaped modern journalism. THE WEIMAR REPUBLIC showcases the society of the 1920s in all its kaleidoscopic variety. The work of photojournalists is further brought to lie by the voices of contempoary people -- through extract from diaries, songs, memoirs and political speeches. Each chapter is introduced by a commentary that sets the historical scene. No other city was as typical of the Weimar Republic as its political and cultural center: Berlin. Teh journalistic focus of the age is therfore also the focus of this book, which devotes a whole chapter to Berliners and a portrait of their city. Together with the photojournalists of the 1920s and 1930s, the reader can stroll through Berlin's streets from its boulevards to its red-light districts. In the richly illustrated glossary the reader will find biographical sketches of the people who each left their individual mark on the Weimar epoch. This book is an extremely valuable reference work on the history of the Weimar era.
This book offers you different outdoor spaces classified according to their typology: terraces, balconies, patios and landscaped roofs; projects that are articulated around the lines of action that make up the most representative trends of the modern garden. The contemporary nature of the different proposals lies in this new way of doing exteriorism, the so-called agritecture, a harmonious symbiosis between construction, living environment and human activity.
Ethno Architecture & Interiors spotlights the ways cultures from around the globe--from multiple African and South American countries, Indonesia, China, Japan, and more--are reflected in different interiors.
A tattoo is more than just a decoration for the body. More than just a fashion. It is a visual expression of an attitude towards life. A tattoo is a work of art created in pain on a canvas of skin. This book will take you on a journey through all of the tattoo genres. It shows the creators and their most unusal works in pictures that will get under your skin.
All this is reflected through the pages of this book, which shows a wide range of housing from around the world, of no more than 125 square meters, offering intelligent and ingenious design and construction solutions with a careful aesthetics and with the objective of respecting the environment as much as possible and adapting the environment in which they find themselves.