In Search of a Forgotten Architect: Stefan Sebok 1901-1941
This remarkable volume traces the tragic life and vast creative legacy of Hungarian architect Stefan Sebok, who worked alongside Walter Gropius in Dessau and Berlin in the late 1920s. Written by his niece Lilly Dubowitz -- who has pieced together a string of clues, details, sketches, photographs and notes from her uncle's enigmatic life -- this lavishly illustrated book is both a celebration of this once forgotten architect's work and eulogy for his senseless death. In Search of a Forgotten Architect: Stefan Sebok 1901-1941 arrives courtesy of Architectural Association London.
212 pages, 26 x 20 cm, paperback, AA Publications (London).