Karl Moser: Architektur für eine neue Zeit, 1880 bis 1936

Werner Oechslin, Sonja Hildebrand, eds.
Karl Moser
Architektur für eine neue Zeit, 1880 bis 1936

2010. 22.5 x 30 cm, hardcover, 2 volumes in slipcase
368 und 424 pages, 1019 illustrations
ISBN 978-3-85676-250-6
CHF 180.00 / EUR 168.00

Contributions by Hubertus Adam, Sylvia Claus, Thomas Gnägi, Uta Hassler, Sonja Hildebrand, Ulrike Jehle-Schulte Strathaus, Gerhard Kabierske, Hans Kollhoff, Daniel Kurz, Stanislaus von Moos, Werner Oechslin, Ulrich Maximilian Schumann, Laurent Stalder, Ernst Strebel, Andreas Tönnesmann, Lukas Zurfluh sowie Nicole Caminada, Melchior Fischli, Cristina Gutbrod, Isabel Haupt, Raya Hauri, Matthias Schirren, Martino Stierli, Matthias Walter
Designed by Philippe Mouthon


Karl Moser (1860–1936) is one of the formative figures of early modernism. His immense oeuvre comprises almost 600 buildings and projects as well as all genres from residential buildings to residential and urban development. His buildings can be found not only in Zurich, but also in Aarau, Basel, Wik near Kiel or Frankfurt am Main. The two-volume monograph with a complete catalogue of works, 111 selected projects and essays on various aspects of his work was published on his 150th birthday as the result of a research project lasting several years.