Series documents the contribution of architect Hans Hansen to the correspondence circle of Die gläserne Kette, with Hansen writing under the pseudonym Antischmitz.
Born in Roetgen, Germany, in 1886, Hansen studied architecture in Cologne. After the war, Hansen joined the circle Cologne Dadaists, contributed to the magazine "Der Ventilor", and published "Das Erlebnis der Architektur". From 1922, he worked on commissions for the Catholic Church in Germany, including his most known project for the St. Bruno Church in Cologne-Kletteberg (1924-1926). He died in Cologne in 1966. (Source: Ian Boyd Whyte, Bruno Taut and the Architecture of Activism. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1982)
The series comprises part of the correspondence of Hans Hansen to the Die gläserne Kette circle.
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