Muthesius practised as an architect. His early houses in the Berlin suburbs were seen as ‘in the English country-house style’, even though they looked far more German than English: among his works may be cited the Freudenberg House, Nikolassee (on a butterfly-plan reminiscent of Prior's designs), the Bernhard House, Grunewald, the Breul House, again in Grunewald, the Soetbeer House, Nikolassee, the Koch and Velsen Houses, Zehlendorf-West, and the Neuhaus House, Dahlem. He also designed the Stave House, Lübeck, and summerhouses, Travemünde. All these were designed and built 1904–9, and were set in carefully thought-out gardens. He published some of his own work in Landhaus und Garten (Villa and Garden—1910) and Die Schöne Wohnung (The Dwelling Beautiful—1922, 1926).
H. Muthesius (1901–2, 1902, 1903, 1979);
H. Muthesius (ed.) (1910);
F. Roth (200l);
Uwe Schneider (2000)
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