Darmstadt, Germany: Verlaganstalt A. Koch, 1890-1944
[The period covered initially by Arts:Search will be 1903-1922. Available soon]
Innen-Dekoration originated as Illustrirte kunstgewerbliche Zeitschrift für Innen-Dekoration in 1890. The title changed in 1900. It was founded, edited and published by Alexander (Alex) Koch (1860-1939).
The journal was published monthly and contains well-illustrated articles on contemporary German and Austrian interiors and decorative art. It also includes reports on design trends in other countries.
Among architects and designers whose work is discussed or illustrated in Innen-Dekoration are Peter Behrens, Richard Riemerschmid, Bruno Paul, Josef Hoffmann, H.M. Baillie Scott, Emanuel Margold, Runge & Scotland, Koloman Moser, Julius Klinger, Ludwig Hoffmann, Georg Metzendorf, Emanuel von Seidl, Paul Würzler, Georg Honold, Alfred Altherr, C.R. Ashbee, Ludwig Hohlwein, Rudolf and Fia Wille, Otto Prutscher, Henry van de Velde, Hans Ofner, Albin Müller, Karl Bertsch, Willy von Beckerath, Max Littmann, etc.