“The rules for the good house as an ideal do not change in principle and have only to be looked at afresh. How does one enter a garden? How does the seating area relate to the door and the window? There are many questions like this which need to be answered, and the house consists of these elements. This is modern architecture.” 

Excerpted from The House as Path and Place, 1931, by Josef Frank  Photo 6 of 6 in The Modernist Icon with Over 1,000 Pieces of Furniture to His Name