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Poster number 4 from the Icons of Architecture series features the Weichmann Textile House, built in 1922 and designed by one of the most outstanding architects of the 20th century, Erich Mendelsohn. It is one of the most important examples of modernist architecture in Upper Silesia, combining functionalist and expressionist elements. A year after its completion, the building was exhibited at the Bauhaus exhibition in Weimar, and in 1926 at the Zachęta gallery in Warsaw as part of a display of modern architecture. The Textile House also graced the cover of a publication promoting the significant achievements of modern Gliwice in 1924. In the 21st century, the building continues to be appreciated— in 2004, it was featured in an exhibition dedicated to European Expressionism at the National Gallery of Ireland in Dublin.

Weichmann Textile House in Gliwice

  • Each poster was designed and made by me digitally. After purchase, the poster is printed on 200g matte paper and sent in a cardboard tube.

    It is possible to change the background color at the buyer's request - without affecting the price of the poster. It is possible to change the size of the poster - the price may change depending on the size. The price does not include the frame shown in the photo.

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