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Ludwig Mies van der Rohe

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Ludwig Mies van der Rohe
Mies Early
Career
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 .
Between 1932-1937
He worked as a freelance architect in Berlin and did number of projects such as :
less is More
The Barcelona Pavilion
Barcelona, Spain
Technology
Nature
860 - 880 Lake Shore Drive,
Chicago, IL, USA
Early

1900-1904


1905-1907


1908


1911-1912
1914-1918
1922



1926-1927

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
Bruno

Paul
and

Design his first building
the Riehl House
Joined
Peter Behrns'
design practice where he worked with
Walter

Gropius
,
Hannes

Meyer
, and
Le Corbusier.
Establish his own Berlin-based Studio.
Undertook military service
Became actively involved in the revolutionary "
November

Gruop
" organizing the group's exhibition for the next three years.
Became vice-president of the
Deutscher

werkbund


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
1927
The German Pavilion for the 1929
In this pavilion, he design number of furniture design like:
Mies turning point
Tugendhat Chair
Barcelona Chair
Barcelona couch
1929
Mies furniture
Design
1929
1929
1929
1930-1932
Brno Chair
X Table
1930
1930
MR Lounge Chair
1931
1930-1931
Reem Bagas
Mies became the director
of the Bauhaus
Symmetry
Frontality
Axiality
Civic Building
and
Monuments
Residence
Asymmetry
Fluidity
Interlocking Volumes
Tugendhat House
Brno, Czech Republic 1928 - 1930
Participated in Berlin Building Exhibition of 1931
Lemke House
Berlin, Germany 1932
Wishnick Hall
Robert F. Carr Memorial Chapel of St. Savior
Alumni Hall
1945 - 1946
1945 - 1946
Farnsworth House
Plano, IL, USA
Mies Early style and his modern style
http://www.miessociety.org/legacy/projects/illinois-institute-technology-master-plan/#1
Chicago Federal Center 1959
Riehl House
Potsdam, Germany 1907
The Seagram Building
New York, New York
1958
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