Barbara Sokołowska Brukalski. Graphic Analysis of the House on Niegolewskiego Street

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Abstract

The project analyzed in this paper by the critical and digital redrawing is the House on Niegolewskiego Street of 1927–28, designed by Barbara Sokołowska for her and her husband, Stanislaw Brukalski, inspired by the Neoplasticism ideas, the paintings of Mondrian and De Stijl. In its details the house seems to recall that one in Utrecht by G.T. Rietveld of 1924, with a very large living room, a studio overlooking a double height and a spiral stair connecting the two floors into one space defined by translated planes and pure volumes.
Lingua originaleEnglish
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2018

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