The paper proposes a graphic re-reading of the “House of Dr. N. in Warsaw” that Helena Niemirowska, female pioneer of Modern Movement, designed in 1932. The building, on two levels, shows in its form a strict geometric layout and a three parted-subdivision plan in which she defines the functional inside layout both at the ground floor and at the first one. Helena combines Suprematism and the Modern Movement, cultural influences that are revealed, as well as in her other projects, by surfaces, colours and volumes of seemingly static treatment.
|Number of pages||1|
|Publication status||Published - 2015|