The use of concrete as a architectural form in the 1920s

These photos Highlight  The Rudolf Steiner’s Goetheanum  located in Dornach, Basel, Switzerland.  My recent trip to the Goetheanum site was excited and stimulate reflections of architecture both past and present.

The Rudolf Steiner’s  Second Goetheanum was one of the first concrete building to be built. The building was completed in 1928.

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4 Responses to “The use of concrete as a architectural form in the 1920s”
  1. cocomino says:

    I envy you can trip Switzerland.
    The building is well kept.The concrete often cracks.

  2. aRVee says:

    wow, the building looks so solid… how wonderful!

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