Malcolm Reading and Peter Coe
Berthold Lubetkin’s extraordinary architectural career began in the Vkhutemas (art)School of Moscow in 1917 under teachers such as Rodchenko and Tatlin. This study looks at his life through the medium of his work-early student days in Russia; his buildings in Paris during the 1920s; the rich output with the Tecton practice in Britain; and the final years as a writer and commentator.
London 1992, 20cm x 20cm, b&w illustrations, 192pp. Paperback