Two Berlin villas from the late twenties. Haus Schulze, Berlin- Wilmersdorf, 1927-30; the massing shows the excitement of essential and reduced forms: curved and straight blocks. This was exciting and new and places Rosenthal’s work on parallel with many of his peers who would become more famous. The second project, the Wohnhaus Eisner, Berlin-Dalhem, 1928-29, is a super-plastic composition that reveals differences at every side. The project was selected to represent Rosenthal’s oeuvre on the cover of the a mid-career retrospective in 1930. Such a shame that these projects did not survive the War – Rosenthal would certainly be better know today if they had.