C. 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 1909 to 1961. Here he lived with his wife, Emma Jung-Rauschenbach, who was the heart of the home, as it were, and influenced life there with a woman's wisdom. Their five childrenwere raised here.
A hundred years after being built, and following the completion of recent renovation, this book is being published to document the creation of the property on Lake Zurich and its transformation since then. Its previous and present states are captured in texts and images. Various authorsconsider it from their own areas of expertise.
The book is intended to be an art and architectural historical portrait of this unique home as well as a commemoration of its original builders and owners.
The House on Seestrasse
Homes in the Lives of Carl Gustav Jung and Emma Jung-Rauschenbach Andreas Jung
On the Banks of Lake Zurich
The Site and Its Prehistory
The Realization of Jung's Architectural Ideas
The Origins of the House and Garden
Between Palatial Villa and Home on Lake Zurich
The House of Carl Gustav Jung as an Architectural Landmark
Living in a Museum?
The Renovation of the House and Outbuildings, 2005-2007
Judith Rohrer and Daniel Ganz
C. G. Jung's Garden Realm
The Garden and Its Renovation, 2007-2008
The House of C. G. Jung:
148 pages, ca. 160 illustrations, many in color
23 x 28 cm, hardcover.
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