Marc-Antoine Durand (Ed.)
As Found Editions, 2020
The distribution of the Schindler’s manifesto remains uncertain. This was an obligatory step in the life of a young European avant-gardist, and it probably passed from hand to hand. The interest paid to this text today is retrospective. It is an opportunity to go back over the training and early working life of an important architect who is still little-known. What conception of architecture did the young Schindler stand up for in this his first text? Would the beginning of his career follow this doctrinal commitment? How did such Viennese convictions travel to the USA?