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Residential Interior, Friedrich Schiller Residence (1777)*

Artist/Designer: Designer Unknown

Project Location: Germany

Figure 1: Biedermeier to Bauhaus' by Sigrid Sangl, Harry Abrams Publishers
Figure 2: Biedermeier to Bauhaus' by Sigrid Sangl, Harry Abrams Publishers
Figure 3: Biedermeier to Bauhaus' by Sigrid Sangl, Harry Abrams Publishers

Style/Period(s):
Neoclassical

Primary Material(s):
Wood

Function(s):
Residential Structure

Related Website(s):

Significant Date(s):
1777, 18th Century

Additional Information:
Publications/Texts in Print:
Sangl, Sigrid. Biedermier to Bauhaus. New York, NY: Harry N. Abrams, 2001.

Schiller, Friedrich. On the Aesthetic Education of Man. New York: Penguin Classics, 2016.

Vondracek, Radim. Biedermier: Art and Culture in Central Europe 1815-1848. New York: Skira, 2001.




Building Address:
Schiller Residence
Schillerstra├če 12
99423 Weimar, Germany

Significant Dates:
1777- Built
1802- Friedrich Schiller purchased the home
1847- Became a municipal property
1945- Damaged and closed by bombing
1946- Reopened

Tags:
Friedrich Schiller, Germany, neoclassical, poetry, poet's homes, residential interior, museum, Biedermier, German design

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