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Mies van der Rohe - The Built Work

Carsten Krohn author 2014

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  • Title:
    Mies van der Rohe - The Built Work
  • Author: Carsten Krohn author
  • Subjects: Mies van der Rohe, Ludwig, 1886-1969 -- Criticism and interpretation; Architecture, Modern -- 20th century; Electronic books
  • Description: Frontmatter -- TABLE OF CONTENTS -- Introduction -- Riehl House Neubabelsberg, Germany, 1908 -- Perls House Berlin-Zehlendorf, Germany, 1911-12 -- Kröller-Müller House, Façade Mock-up Wassenaar, Netherlands, 1912-13 -- Werner House Berlin-Zehlendorf, Germany, 1912-13 -- Warnholtz House Berlin-Charlottenburg, Germany, 1914-15 -- Urbig House Neubabelsberg, Germany, 1915-17 -- Tombstone for Laura Perls Berlin-Weißensee, Germany, 1919 -- Kempner House Berlin-Charlottenburg, Germany, 1921-23 -- Eichstaedt House Berlin-Nikolassee, Germany, 1921-23 -- Feldmann House Berlin-Grunewald, Germany, 1921-23 -- Ryder House Wiesbaden, Germany, 1923-27 -- Gymnasium for Frau Butte's Private School Potsdam, Germany, 1924-25 -- Mosler House Neubabelsberg, Germany, 1924-26 -- Urban House, Conversion Berlin-Charlottenburg, Germany, 1924-26 -- Housing on the Afrikanische Strasse Berlin-Wedding, Germany, 1925-27 -- Wolf House Guben, Poland, 1925-27 -- Monument to Karl Liebknecht and Rosa Luxemburg Berlin-Lichtenberg, Germany, 1926 -- Weissenhofsiedlung Apartment Block Stuttgart, Germany, 1926-27 -- Glass Room "Die Wohnung" Werkbund Exhibition, Stuttgart, Germany, 1927 -- Samt und Seide Café (Velvet and Silk Café) Berlin, Germany, temporary installation for an exhibition 1927 -- Fuchs Gallery, Addition to the Perls House Berlin-Zehlendorf, Germany, 1927-28 -- Lange and Esters Houses Krefeld, Germany, 1927-30 -- Barcelona Pavilion International Exposition, Barcelona, Spain, 1928-29 -- German Electrical Industry Pavilion World Exposition, Barcelona, Spain, 1929 -- Tugendhat House Brno, Czech Republic, 1928-30 -- Henke House, Addition Essen, Germany, 1930 -- Verseidag Factory Krefeld, Germany, 1930-31 -- Model House for the Berlin Building Exposition Berlin, Germany, 1931 -- Trinkhalle (Refreshment Stand) Dessau, Germany, 1932 -- Lemke House Berlin-Hohenschönhausen, Germany, 1932-33 -- Illinois Institute of Technology Chicago, USA, 1941-58 -- Minerals and Metals Research Building Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, USA, 1941-43 extended 1956-58 -- Engineering Research Building Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, USA, 1943-46 -- Perlstein Hall Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, USA, 1944-47 -- Alumni Memorial Hall Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, USA, 1945-46 -- Wishnick Hall Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, USA, 1945-46 -- Central Vault Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, USA, 1946 -- Institute of Gas Technology Building Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, USA, 1947-50 -- Association of American Railroads Research Laboratory Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, USA,1948-50 -- Boiler Plant Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, USA, 1948-50 -- Chapel Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, USA, 1949-52 -- Test Cell Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, USA, 1950-52 -- Mechanics Research Building Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, USA, 1950-52 -- Crown Hall Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, USA, 1950-56 -- IIT Halls of Residence Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, USA, 1951-55 -- Association of American Railroads Mechanical Laboratory Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, USA, 1952-53 -- Commons Building Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, USA,1952-54 -- Electrical Engineering and Physics Building Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, USA, 1954-56 -- Association of American Railroads Engineering Laboratory Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, USA 1955-57 -- Siegel Hall Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, USA, 1955-58 -- Farnsworth House Plano, Illinois, USA, 1945-51 -- Promontory Apartments Chicago, Illinois, USA, 1946-49 -- Algonquin Apartments Chicago, Illinois, USA, 1948-50 -- Arts Club of Chicago Chicago, Illinois, USA, 1948-51 -- 860-880 Lake Shore Drive Chicago, Illinois, USA, 1948-51 -- McCormick House Elmhurst, Illinois, USA, 1951-52 -- Greenwald House Weston, Connecticut, USA, 1951-56 -- Commonwealth Promenade Apartments Chicago, Illinois, USA, 1953-57 -- Esplanade Apartments Chicago, Illinois, USA, 1953-57 -- Seagram Building New York, USA, 1954-58 -- Lafayette Park Detroit, Michigan, USA, 1955-58 -- Colonnade and Pavilion Apartments Newark, New Jersey, USA, 1958-60 -- Bacardi Office Building Mexico City, Mexico, 1958-61 -- One Charles Center Baltimore, Maryland, USA, 1958-62 -- Lafayette Towers Detroit, Michigan, USA, 1959-63 -- Federal Center Chicago, Illinois, USA, 1959-74 -- Home Federal Savings and Loan Association Des Moines, Iowa, USA, 1960-63 -- 2400 Lakeview Chicago, Illinois, USA, 1962-63 -- Highfield House Baltimore, Maryland, USA, 1962-64 -- Social Service Administration University of Chicago, Illinois, USA, 1962-64 -- Meredith Hall Drake University, Des Moines, Iowa, USA, 1962-65 -- Science Center Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA, 1962-68 -- Neue Nationalgalerie Berlin-Tiergarten, Germany, 1962-68 -- Toronto-Dominion Centre Toronto, Canada, 1963-69 -- Westmount Square Montreal, Canada, 1964-68 -- Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library Washington, D.C., USA, 1965-72 -- Museum of Fine Arts Houston, Texas, USA, 1954-58, 1965-74 -- Nuns' Island Apartments Montreal, Canada, 1966-69 -- IBM building Chicago, Illinois, USA, 1966-72 -- 111 East Wacker Drive Chicago, Illinois, USA, 1967-70 -- Service Station Montreal, Canada, 1968 -- Subject Index -- Illustration Credits -- Chronological Bibliography -- About the Author
    This essential and comprehensive Mies monograph focuses in its analysis on Mies' design intentions: it reconstructs the buildings in their orginal state, examines them from the present day persepctive and rediscovers the inspiring architecture of a great modern master. The book presents eighty of Mies' works in chronological order. Approximately thirty of these works are analyzed in detail in three parts. In the first part, the construction is documented in its built state; for this all the ground plans were redrawn by the author. The second part outlines the changes to the buildings and the third part develops the results of this investigation with regard to their relevance to the contemporary view of Mies' work.
  • Publisher: Basel : Birkhäuser
  • Creation Date: 2014
  • Format: 1 online resource (240 p.).
  • Language: English
  • Identifier: ISBN3-03821-288-1;ISBN1-306-94517-8;ISBN3-03821-287-3
  • OCLC Number: 879400921
    979635089
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