1Freud’s “Dream House”
This architectural drawing is one of several made for the Freud family by Felix Augenfeld (1893-1984) and Karl Hofmann (1893-?), dating to 1931. It represents a country house initially intended for Anna Freud and Dorothy Burlingham as well as for the rest of the Freud family. The house was only partially completed, and was eventually destroyed during the war by the Nazis—with only the architectural drawing surviving as a testament. The architectural floorplan of Freud’s “dream house” inspired the navigational floorplan above.