Purkersdorf: Sanatorium

Sanatorium, 1904-1905. Architekt: Josef Hoffmann
Sanatorium, 1904-1905. Architect: Josef Hoffmann

Sanatorium, 1904–1905. Architect: Josef Hoffmann

Sanatorium, 1904-1905. Architect: Josef Hoffmann

Sanatorium, 1904–1905. Architect: Josef Hoffmann

Sanatorium, 1904-1905. Architect: Josef Hoffmann

Sanatorium, 1904–1905. Architect: Josef Hoffmann

Sanatorium, 1904-1905. Architect: Josef Hoffmann

Sanatorium, 1904–1905. Architect: Josef Hoffmann

Sanatorium, 1904-1905. Architect: Josef Hoffmann

Sanatorium, 1904–1905. Architect: Josef Hoffmann

Sanatorium, 1904-1905. Architect: Josef Hoffmann

Sanatorium, 1904–1905. Architect: Josef Hoffmann

1904 – 1905

Architect: Josef Hoffmann

Wiener Strasse 60–70, Purkersdorf

The Purkersdorf Sanatorium was built between 1904 and 1905 by Josef Hoffmann in the style of the Vienna Secession. All edges of the three-storey building, which appears cubic due to the flat roof and the symmetrical projec­tions and recesses of the long sides, are graphi­cally contoured with borders of blue and white ceramic tiles. The sanatorium is consi­dered one of the major works of the cubic-geometric phase of Viennese Art Nouveau.

Sanatorium, 1904-1905. Architect: Josef Hoffmann

Sanatorium, 1904–1905. Architect: Josef Hoffmann

Sanatorium, 1904-1905. Architect: Josef Hoffmann

Sanatorium, 1904–1905. Architect: Josef Hoffmann

Sanatorium, 1904-1905. Architect: Josef Hoffmann

Sanatorium, 1904–1905. Architect: Josef Hoffmann

Sanatorium, 1904-1905. Architect: Josef Hoffmann

Sanatorium, 1904–1905. Architect: Josef Hoffmann

Sanatorium, 1904-1905. Architect: Josef Hoffmann

Sanatorium, 1904–1905. Architect: Josef Hoffmann

Sanatorium, 1904-1905. Architect: Josef Hoffmann

Sanatorium, 1904–1905. Architect: Josef Hoffmann

 

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