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Le Corbusier  Stuttgart Weißenhofsiedlung

Le Corbusier Stuttgart Weißenhofsiedlung

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Mies van der Rohe - Weissenhof exhibition, Stuttgart, 1927.

Mies Van Der Rohe Building Stuttgart Weissenhof Art Print by Matthias Hauser. All prints are professionally printed, packaged, and shipped within 3 - 4 business days. Choose from multiple sizes and hundreds of frame and mat options.

Weissenhof-Siedlung / Stuttgart / Germany Hölzlweg 1 designed by Hans Scharoun

Weissenhof-Siedlung / Stuttgart / Germany Hölzlweg 1 designed by Hans Scharoun

Villa Tugendhat par Ludwig Mies van der Rohe | Brno | Czech Republic | After the comprehensive restoration of 2011-12

mies van der rohe: villa tugendhat

MR Chaise represents some of the earliest steel furniture designs by Mies van der Rohe. The material choice was inspired by fellow Bauhaus master Marcel Breuer, while the forms are thought to be modern derivatives of century iron rocking chairs.

VILLA ROCHE by LE CORBUSIER (1925) amazing window

Villa La Roche, also Maison La Roche, is a house in Paris, designed by Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret in It was designed for Raoul La Roche, a Swiss banker and collector of avant-garde art. Villa La Roche now houses the Fondation Le Corbusier.

Villa Tugendhat par Ludwig Mies van der Rohe | Brno | Czech Republic | After the comprehensive restoration of 2011-12

mies van der rohe: villa tugendhat

this pivotal work and listed UNESCO world heritage site by the german-american modernist architect has been renovated and preserved to its former glory.

Dom Hans van der Laan’s Abbey Church of St. Benedictusberg, Vaals, 1967. Refectory of the Abbey Sint Benedictus Berg, designed by van der Laan in five phases between 1956 and 1991.

Dom Hans van der Laan’s Abbey Church of St. Benedictusberg, Vaals, Refectory of the Abbey Sint Benedictus Berg, designed by van der Laan in five phases between 1956 and

Exhibition realised by the Frankfurt Museum of Architecture. In the 1950s and 1960s, Julius Shulman’s photographs virtually dominated the pages of magazines

"A life for architecture" by the Photographer Julius Shulman, Frankfurt

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