Definition of Erich mendelsohn
1. Noun. German architect who migrated to Palestine in 1937 (1887-1953).
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1. The Urban Condition: space, community, and self in the contemporary metropolis by Ghent Urban Studies Team (1999)
"Although some protagonists of the so-called modern movement, such as Erich Mendelsohn or Le Corbusier, regarded New York as a fascinating machine, ..."
2. The Jewish Travel Guide by Betsy Sheldon (2001)
"The modern, gold-domed synagogue is a Cleveland Heights landmark. It was designed by prominent architect erich mendelsohn in 1951, ..."
3. Architectuur zonder schaduw =: Architecture devoid of shadow by Geert Bekaert, Stitching Rotterdam-Maaskant (1988)
"Een terugkeer naar de naïviteit van het bouwen is ons niet gegeven. In zijn Amerikaanse dagboek noteert erich mendelsohn, de architect van de ..."
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