Josef Plecnik: 1872-1957: Architectura Perennis
Joze Plecnik (1872-1957), was one of the most important European architects of the twentieth century, created a highly original and independent architectural language. Drawing on the architecture of antiquity, the theories of Gottfried Semper and the teachings of Otto Wagner, Plecnik developed a refined but eclectic classicism that has become increasingly popular today.
Published May 29th 1997 by Yale University Press
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