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Published by the architecture society Architectura et Amicitia (“Architecture and Friendship”), the first issue of Wendingen (“turning” or “upheaval” in Dutch) appeared in January of 1918...
01. <em>Wendingen</em> vol. 1 no. 1, 1918.
The architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright was introduced to Europe by the Berlin publisher Ernst Wasmuth in 1911, when he published the first book of Wright’s work anywhere in the world: Ausgeführte...
01. <em>Wendingen</em> vol. 3 no. 11/12, 1920, H.P. Berlage.
Though Frank Lloyd Wright may have exemplified the spirit of Wendingen through his embodiment of its founding ideals, he was far from the only inspiration for the Amsterdam School. Many...
01. <em>Wendingen</em> vol. 3 no. 2, 1920, Gustav Klimt.
At the beginning of the 20th century, two progressive groups debated the future direction of Dutch architecture and design. The De Stijl School was spearheaded by Theo van Doesburg, along with Piet...
01. <em>Wendingen</em> vol. 4 no. 12, 1921, The New Rijks Academy Building in Amsterdam.
Like many other early-20th century artistic movements, the Amsterdam School was greatly influenced by Asian cultures. The very binding of the magazine demonstrates this influence, as they are all in...
01. <em>Wendingen</em> vol. 4 no. 3, 1921, East Asian Art.
In a 1922 letter to H.P. Berlage, Wright confided that the Wendingen special on him had reached him by chance, and that he was flattered and heartened by the interest the Dutch had taken in him....
01. <em>Wendingen</em> vol. 6 no. 1, 1924, Architecture Related Sculpture.
In issue 4 of Wendingen’s Frank Lloyd Wright series, J.J.P. Oud, a Dutch architect, wrote the following:

“So firm of structure for all their movability were the piled up masses...
01. <em>Wendingen</em> vol. 7 no. 10, 1925, M. de Klerk, Furniture and Interiors.
One of the first works prominently featured in the Frank Lloyd Wright issues of Wendingen is the Unity Temple in Oak Park, Illinois. Built for the Unitarian church centered there, with which...
01. <em>Wendingen</em> vol. 7 no. 9, 1926, Frank Lloyd Wright, Special Issue 7.
Though Frank Lloyd Wright may have exemplified the spirit of Wendingen through his embodiment of its founding ideals, he was far from the only inspiration for the Amsterdam School. Many...
02. <em>Wendingen</em> vol. 10 no. 3, 1929, Diego Rivera.
Published by the architecture society Architectura et Amicitia (“Architecture and Friendship”), the first issue of Wendingen (“turning” or “upheaval” in Dutch) appeared in January of 1918...
02. <em>Wendingen</em> vol. 12 no. 11/12, 1931, Church Architecture (final issue).
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