Wohngebäude der Victoria Strasse in Berlin. Vierte vermehrte Auflage.
Berlin, Verlag Ernst & Korn .
Title, one leaf printed text and 21 plates in all (6 coloured, 1 tinted).
48 x 38 cm. Late nineteenth-century quarter cloth.
„A pupil of both the Architecture and the Applied Crafts Academis in Berlin, Friedrich Hitzig (1811-1881) was trained und Karl Friederich Schinkel and in 1835 in Paris, where he was much influenced by the works of Charles Percier and Pierre Leonard Fontaine. Hitzig´s efforts to integrate Italian, and later French, Renaissance elements into the neoclassical framework of Schinkel´s style were also found in the domestic work of Johannes Strack, Eduard Knoblauch, and other Schinkelpupil; together, they defined Berlin´s domestic architectural types.“ Macmillan Encyclopedia of Architecture, vol. 2, 395.
Ornamentale Vorlagenwerke des neunzehnten Jahrhunderts. Berlin2000 # 1639.
Inside a fresh and clean copy.