Jean Welz Identified in the RIBA Journal
In an article highlighting 1920s architecture in Paris, The Royal Institute of British Architects Journal (RIBA) discussed the forgotten architect Jean Welz. The publication credits Welz’s design of the recently demolished Maison Zilveli, and shares a photograph of him standing on one of his peer’s exquisite designs, stating, “This image perfectly encapsulates the role of 1920s Paris as an international hub for modern architects.” Read the article here.
For more information on the Viennese modernist, click here!
And don’t miss the Sunday, March 5 lecture about Jean Welz, Part II – “The Assassination of Jean Welz” with the Society of Architectural Historians / Southern California Chapter. Sign up here for the event (1 pm Pacific) or to receive a link of the recording.