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About Ernst Neufert. Ernst Neufert. Ernst Neufert was a German architect who is known as an assistant of Walter Gropius, as a teacher and member of various standardization organizations, and especially for his essential handbook Architects' Data.

At the age of 17, after five years of working as a bricklayer, Neufert entered the school of construction Baugewerbeschule in Weimar. His teacher recommended him to Walter Gropius in Ernst Neufert was a German architect who is known as an assistant of Walter Gropius, as a teacher and member of various standardization organizations, and especially for his essential handbook Architects' Data. His teacher recommended him to Walter Gropius in as one of his first students of the Bauhaus. He finished his studies in , and together with the expressionist architect Paul Linder embarked on a year-long study tour of Spain, where he sketched medieval churches.

In Barcelona he met Antonio Gaudi, whose architecture made a deep impression on the young student. Neufert later became one of the first advocates of Gaudi in Germany. After he returned to the Bauhaus and became chief architect under Gropius in one of the most prominent architecture studios of the Weimar Republic. They had four children Peter, Christa, Ingrid and Ilas.

In Neufert worked in close collaboration with Gropius on the realization of the new Bauhaus buildings in Dessau and the completion of the masters' houses for Muche, Klee, and Wassily Kandinsky. In he returned to Weimar and became a teacher under Otto Bartning at the Bauhochschule Building College , known as "the other Bauhaus". From to he realized various projects, such as the Mensa am Philosophenweg and the Abbeanum in Jena. In he built his private home in Gelmeroda, a village near Weimar today the home of the Neufert Foundation and Neufert Box, a small museum with changing exhibitions.

After closure of the Bauhochschule by the Nazis, he moved to Berlin and worked in a private school for art and architecture founded by Johannes Itten, which was forced to close as well in Very early Neufert recognized the possibilities for rationalization of building processes, but also the need for normative rules. He designed the private home of its director Dr. At the same time he worked on his Architects' Data, which was published in March and which remains an essential reference work, having been translated into 18 languages.

But in New York he was notified of the enormous success of the first edition of his book and returned to Berlin to prepare the second edition. New industrial commissions for his studio led to his decision to remain in Germany. In he was appointed by Albert Speer to work on the standardization of German industrial architecture. He opened his own office, Neufert und Neufert, with his son Peter in and realized numerous projects, including many industrial buildings.

He died in in his home in Bugneaux-sur-Rolle in Switzerland. Books by Ernst Neufert. As dedicated readers already know, some of the best and most innovative stories on the shelves come from the constantly evolving realm of young ad Read more Trivia About Bauentwurfslehre.

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Bauentwurfslehre by Ernst Neufert

Het boek Bauentwurfslehre van architect Ernst Neufert is een standaardwerk dat handelt over normering en bouwplanning in de ontwerpfase van gebouwen en stedenbouw. In architectuurkringen spreekt men over de Neufert. Als docent aan de Weimarer Bauhochschule na studies aan het Bauhaus startte Ernst Neufert vanaf met het verzamelen van informatie over afmetingen van bouwelementen met het oogpunt op rationalisatie in de bouw. Daaruit volgde vanaf de eerste publicatie. Het boekwerk bevat gedetailleerde met maten voorziene tekeningen en verklarende teksten van bouwelementen en bouwnormen vertrekkende van de menselijke ergonomie



Architects' Data German : Bauentwurfslehre , also simply known as the Neufert , is a reference book for spatial requirements in building design and site planning. First published in by Ernst Neufert , [1] its 39 German editions and translations into 17 languages have sold over , copies. Teaching at Weimar's Bauhochschule from after graduating from the Bauhaus , Ernst Neufert began to collect data about building, in a way of rationalization. Since then, more than half a million books have been printed, in 39 German editions and 17 other languages. The book is conceived to help the initial design of buildings by providing extensive information about spatial requirements. Dealing mostly with ergonomics and with functional building layouts, thousands of drawings illustrate the text, organised according to building typologies.



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