L’Architecture Vivante, Publie un Fascicule a Chaque Saison de L’Année, Editions Albert Morancé, Paris, Numero 9, Sommaire du Fascicule D’Automne, 1925

Published in France from 1923 to 1932, by Albert Morancé, publisher and Jean Badovici, architect, L’Architecture Vivante is France’s first periodical to focus on avant-garde architecture (De Stijl, Constructivism.). This issue focuses exclusively on Dutch De Stijl with three French language texts as loose, folded yet uncut sheets: Les Constructivistes by Jean Badovici; L’Architecture Future Neo-Plasticienne by Piet Mondrian and L’Evolution de L’Architecture Moderne en Hollande by Theo Van Doesburg. The original, half cloth portfolio includes a total of 25 individual black and white leaves (4 in color) illustrating architectural renderings/drawings, plans, models and photographs of works from: Mies van der Rohe, Theo Van Doesburg, Gerrit Rietveld, J.J.P. Oud, Jan Wils and others. Nice condition with only a hint of foxing near the margins. Portfolio with creasing and wear near the edges and small chips and tears to the spine. Bookseller Inventory # KC15860


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