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by Andreas Jung,Regula Michel,Irene Gerber,Daniel Ganz,Arthur Rüegg

  • ISBN: 3905681412
  • Author: Andreas Jung,Regula Michel,Irene Gerber,Daniel Ganz,Arthur Rüegg
  • ePub ver: 1140 kb
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  • Rating: 4.7 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Pages: 148
  • Publisher: Chiron Publications (December 1, 2008)
  • Formats: azw mbr docx lit
  • Category: Art
  • Subcategory: Architecture
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"In 1908 Carl Gustav Jung and his wife, Emma Rauschenbach, built this house in a cheerful . Between Palatial Villa and Home on Lake Zurich: The House of Carl Gustav Jung as an Architectural Landmark" by Regula Michel

"In 1908 Carl Gustav Jung and his wife, Emma Rauschenbach, built this house in a cheerful, tranquil place"). Chiseled in stone, these Latin words decorate the elaborately designed portal of the . Jung House in Küsnacht and commemorate the completion of the building on the bank of Lake Zurich. Between Palatial Villa and Home on Lake Zurich: The House of Carl Gustav Jung as an Architectural Landmark" by Regula Michel. Living in a Museum? The Renovation of the House and Outbuildings, 2005-2007" by Arthur Rüegg. C. G. Jung's Garden Realm: The Garden and Its Renovation, 2007-2008" by Judith Rohrer and Daniel Ganz.

In 1908 Carl Gustav Jung and his wife, Emma Rauschenbach, built this house in a cheerful, tranquil place". Jung House in Küsna/ "In ANNO -MCMVIII - CAROLVS GVST JVNG EMMA RAVSCHENBACH -VXOR- EIVS -HANC- VILLAM-RIDENTI - IN LOCO-OTIOSO ERIG - IVSS. In 1908 Carl Gustav Jung and his wife, Emma Rauschenbach, built this house in a cheerful, tranquil place".

The C. Jung House Museum (German Museum Haus C. Jung) is a historic house museum. It was the residence of the Swiss psychiatrist, psychologist, and essayist Carl Jung as well as his wife, psychologist Emma Jung-Rauschenbach. It is located at Seestrasse 228, Küsnacht, Switzerland, next to Lake Zürich. Built in 1908, the house was restored a century later thanks to the Foundation C. Jung Küsnacht. In 2017 it was transformed into a museum, and opened to the public in May 2018.

by Andreas Jung (Author), Regula Michel (Author), Judith Rohrer (Author) & 0 more. This is a beautiful book. I've visited Jung's library and study in this house, so it was especially meaningful to read the history behind it. It is well written and includes many pictures and drawings.

The House of C. Jung: The History and Restoration of

G. Jung and Gnostic Tradition: Gnosis, Gnosticism and Jungian Psychology

G. Jung and Gnostic Tradition: Gnosis, Gnosticism and Jungian Psychology. Lecture 1 23 March 1925 Dr. Jung: No one seriously interested in analytical psychology can fail to have been struck with the astonishing width of the field embraced by it, and so I have thought it would be useful to all of us if, in the course of these lectures, we could obtain a vie. ewis Lafontaine.

of the Residence of Emma and Carl Gustav Jung-Rauschenbach

Jung: The History and Restoration of the Residence of Emma and Carl Gustav Jung-Rauschenbach. Herndon, VA: Lantern Books/Chiron Publications, 2009. A house is a launching place and destination, a platform and a refuge, a template for self expression, an envelope for life and sometimes for work. It is also renewable, and so can be changed as needed for the generations. She was fourteen and he was twenty-one. Jung: The History and Restoration of the Residence of Emma and Carl Gustav Jung-Rauschenbach. Landscapes, houses and rooms where Carl Gustav Jung lived, worked and was at home: 40 selected slides from the original show of 117 pictures. Stiftung C. Jung Kusnacht. Küsnacht: Ruth Ammann, Erbengemeinschaft C. Jung. Barbara Hannah, Eva Wertenschlag-Birkhäuser (2006).

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(“In 1908 Carl Gustav Jung and his wife, Emma Rauschenbach, built this house in a cheerful, tranquil place”)

Chiseled in stone, these Latin words decorate the elaborately designed portal of the C.G. Jung House in Küsnacht and commemorate the completion of the building on the bank of Lake Zurich. The project began in 1906, with a letter from Carl Gustav Jung to his cousin Ernst Fiechter (1875–1948), an architect and lecturer on architectural history at the Technische Hochschule in Munich: “We have in mind to build a house someday, in the country near Zurich, on the lake.”At the time, however, Jung was an impecunious assistant medical director at the Burghölzli mental home in Zurich. What enabled him to build a manorial home was the fact that his wife, Emma Jung-Rauschenbach, had suddenly become wealthy after her father died young. ―Andreas JungC. G. Jung, the important explorer of the human psyche and founder of Analytical Psychology, lived and worked in his home in Küsnacht on Lake Zürich from 1908 to 1961, along with his wife, Emma Jung-Rauschenbach, whose wisdom was the heart of the house where they raised their five children. A hundred years after it was built and following the completion of renovation, this house is represented in this lavishly illustrated record, published to document the creation of the property on Lake Zurich and its transformation since then. The House of C. G. Jung captures its previous and present states in text and images. This volume is an architectural portrait of a truly unique home, as well as a commemoration of its original builders and owners. Includes 160 illustrations, many in color. CONTENTS: Foreword by Irene Gerber “The House on Seestrasse” by Andreas Jung “Homes in the Lives of Carl Gustav Jung and Emma Jung-Rauschenbach” by Andreas Jung “On the Banks of Lake Zurich: The Site and Its Prehistory” by Regula Michel “The Realization of Jung’s Architectural Ideas: The Origins of the House and Garden” by Regula Michel “Between Palatial Villa and Home on Lake Zurich: The House of Carl Gustav Jung as an Architectural Landmark” by Regula Michel “Living in a Museum? The Renovation of the House and Outbuildings, 2005–2007” by Arthur Rüegg “C. G. Jung’s Garden Realm: The Garden and Its Renovation, 2007–2008” by Judith Rohrer and Daniel Ganz
Comments (4)

Lailace
This is a beautiful book. I've visited Jung's library and study in this house, so it was especially meaningful to read the history behind it. It is well written and includes many pictures and drawings.
Ballalune
Great
cyrexoff
You might want to buy this book if you are fascinated by Jung's life and want to learn as much as possible. But then, is the type and amount of knowledge you get worth the '$60 plus' price tag? I'd have to say No. However, the book does fulfill it's primary objective - to supply you with plenty of information about the house Jung lived in and how it evolved.
thrust
All-encompassing. Includes familial aspects without too much sentimentality. A clear story of the evolution of his house, its inhabitants and their personalities as reflected in the changes in the home. Historically and architecturally interesting.

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