Profanbauten von Friedrich Pützer Architekt in Darmstadt.
Berlin, Ernest Wasmuth AG 1912 (11 Sonderheft der Architektur des XX Jahrhunderts).
Small folio. 102pp, litho frontispiece, 3 litho plates. Recent marbled boards, cloth spine.
A scarce monograph devoted to villas and public buildings designed by the Darmstadt-based architect Friedrich Pützer (1871-1922). The major building of his featured is Darmstadt’s Hauptbahnhof (principal railway station), for which Pützer had won a competition in 1907, the volume featuring both his winning design in an Art Nouveau-influenced style and the railway station building as completed. Other buildings designed by Pützer and illustrated here include a new town hall for the city of Aachen and Pützer’s own house in Darmstadt, the latter well-illustrated with photo views of its interior.