Talk:Hannes Meyer

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For the red link "Instituto del Urbanismo y Planification" in section "After Bauhaus", the Spanish version of this article says that he was "hired by the National Polytechnic Institute to teach in its College of Engineering and Architecture (ESIA), where he directed the planning and urban design courses until 1941." (Original text: para establecerse contratado por el ... hasta 1941, I used a web translator)
I don't understand Spanish, but maybe there does not exist the Instituto del Urbanismo y Planification ("Institute of Urban design and Planning"?) ?

Also in section "Bauhaus", is the translation for die neue baulehre, "the new way how to build", a English phrase? Should it be "the new way to build"?
Chimin 07 (talk) 09:55, 9 August 2009 (UTC)

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