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Buildings Designed by Rudolf Steiner

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Das Heizhaus (1914) (the building that contains the boiler for the hot water heating system of the first and later second Goetheanums). In his form follows function method the building is dominated by the smokestack, while the two qualified towers in the front are reminiscent of boilers.
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Das Heizhaus (1914) (the building that contains the boiler for the hot water heating system of the first and later second Goetheanums). View of the chimney through pine trees.
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Chimney of Das Heizhaus (1914) (the building that contains the boiler for the hot water heating system of the first and later second Goetheanums).
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Plasticine model and finished building of Rudolf Steiner's Das Heizhaus (1914) (the building that contains the boiler for the hot water heating system of the first and later second Goetheanums).
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Details of the door and windows of Rudolf Steiner's Das Heizhaus (1914) (the building that contains the boiler for the hot water heating system of the first and later second Goetheanums).
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Details of the door and windows of Rudolf Steiner's Das Heizhaus (1914) (the building that contains the boiler for the hot water heating system of the first and later second Goetheanums).
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Back view of Rudolf Steiner's Das Heizhaus (1914) (the building that contains the boiler for the hot water heating system of the first and later second Goetheanums) with the second Goetheanum behind it.
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Back view of Rudolf Steiner's Das Heizhaus (1914) (the building that contains the boiler for the hot water heating system of the first and later second Goetheanums) with the second Goetheanum behind it.
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Chimney of Rudolf Steiner's Das Heizhaus (1914) (the building that contains the boiler for the hot water heating system of the first and later second Goetheanums).
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Front view of Rudolf Steiner's Das Heizhaus (1914) (the building that contains the boiler for the hot water heating system of the first and later second Goetheanums).
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Side view of Rudolf Steiner's Das Heizhaus (1914) (the building that contains the boiler for the hot water heating system of the first and later second Goetheanums)
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Handrail for the stairs in Rudolf Steiner's Das Heizhaus (1914) (the building that contains the boiler for the hot water heating system of the first and later second Goetheanums), designed by Rudolf Steiner.
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View down on Haus Duldek, designed by Rudolf Steiner 1915-1916, from the second Goetheanum
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Haus Duldeck, designed by Rudolf Steiner 1915-1916 (photographed in the 1970s).
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Detail of Haus Duldeck, designed by Rudolf Steiner 1915-1916 (photographed in the 1970s).
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Detail of Haus Duldeck, designed by Rudolf Steiner 1915-1916 (photographed in the 1970s).
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Haus Duldeck, designed by Rudolf Steiner 1915-1916 (photographed in the 1970s).
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Detail of a side door from Haus Duldeck, designed by Rudolf Steiner 1915-1916 (photographed in the 1970s).
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Detail of the right edgeof the main entrance stairway of Haus Duldeck, designed by Rudolf Steiner 1915-1916 (photographed in the 1970s).
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Plasticine model for Haus Duldeck, designed by Rudolf Steiner 1915-1916 (photographed in the 1970s).
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Side door of Haus Duldeck, designed by Rudolf Steiner 1915-1916 (photographed in the 1970s).
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Lateral front view of Haus Duldeck, designed by Rudolf Steiner 1915-1916 (photographed in the 1970s).
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Front view of Haus Duldeck, designed by Rudolf Steiner 1915-1916 (photographed in the 1970s).
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Front view with trees of Haus Duldeck, designed by Rudolf Steiner 1915-1916 (photographed in the 1970s).
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Detail of Haus Duldeck, designed by Rudolf Steiner 1915-1916 (photographed in the 1970s).
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Detail of Haus Duldeck, designed by Rudolf Steiner 1915-1916 (photographed in the 1970s).
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Early plasticine model for Haus de Jaager, designed by Rudolf Steiner 1921-1922 (photographed in the 1970s).
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Rear facade of Haus de Jaager, designed by Rudolf Steiner 1921-1922 (photographed in the 1970s).
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Plasticine model for Haus de Jaager, designed by Rudolf Steiner 1921-1922 (photographed in the 1970s).
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close-up of rear facade of Haus de Jaager, designed by Rudolf Steiner 1921-1922 (photographed in the 1970s).
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Rudolf-Steiner-Halde (Eurythmeum), constructed 1924 and expanded in 1935. The building serves as a training center for students of the movement art in Eurythmy.
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Rudolf-Steiner-Halde (Eurythmeum), constructed 1924 and expanded in 1935. The building serves as a training center for students of the movement art in Eurythmy.
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Rudolf-Steiner-Halde (Eurythmeum), constructed 1924 and expanded in 1935. The building serves as a training center for students of the movement art in Eurythmy.
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Plasticine model for the Rudolf-Steiner-Halde (Eurythmeum), constructed 1924. The building was to serve as a training center for students of the new movement art in Eurythmy.
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Rudolf-Steiner-Halde (Eurythmeum), constructed 1924 and expanded in 1935. The building serves as a training center for students of the movement art in Eurythmy.
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Detail of the front steps to the Rudolf-Steiner-Halde (Eurythmeum), constructed 1924 and expanded in 1935. The building serves as a training center for students of the movement art in Eurythmy.
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Entrance at night. Rudolf-Steiner-Halde (Eurythmeum), constructed 1924 and expanded in 1935. The building serves as a training center for students of the movement art in Eurythmy.
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Rudolf-Steiner-Halde (Eurythmeum), constructed 1924 and expanded in 1935. The building serves as a training center for students of the movement art in Eurythmy.
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The art workshop where the glass windows for the first Goetheanum were built, called the "Glasshaus" (1914)
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The art workshop where the glass windows for the first Goetheanum were built, called the "Glasshaus" (1914)
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Main doorway to the art workshop where the glass windows for the first Goetheanum were built, called the "Glashaus" (1914).