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Ludwig Mies van der Rohe
Transcript of Ludwig Mies van der Rohe
the MR10 Chair and MR20 armchair
Mies inspired by Stam's drawing of a cantilevered chair constructed of welded gas pipe. 1927, he designed his own virgin the MR10 Chair and MR20 armchair .
He worked as a freelance architect in Berlin and did number of projects such as :
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The Barcelona Pavilion
860 - 880 Lake Shore Drive,
Chicago, IL, USA
As a son of master mason, he trained as a builder.
Worked as draughtsman of stucco ornaments for a local architectural firm in Aachen.
Moved to Berlin and work for
Design his first building
the Riehl House
design practice where he worked with
Establish his own Berlin-based Studio.
Undertook military service
Became actively involved in the revolutionary "
" organizing the group's exhibition for the next three years.
Became vice-president of the
Mies Architectural work
Mies emigrated to the United States
Establish a large architectural department at the Armoue Institute ( later become the Illinois Institute of Technology ) in Chicago
The German Pavilion for the 1929
In this pavilion, he design number of furniture design like:
Mies turning point
MR Lounge Chair
Mies became the director
of the Bauhaus
Brno, Czech Republic 1928 - 1930
Participated in Berlin Building Exhibition of 1931
Berlin, Germany 1932
Robert F. Carr Memorial Chapel of St. Savior
1945 - 1946
1945 - 1946
Plano, IL, USA
Mies Early style and his modern style
Chicago Federal Center 1959
Potsdam, Germany 1907
The Seagram Building
New York, New York