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L U D W I GPRESENTATION ONMIESVANDER ROHE

BIOGRAPHY

M I E S V A N D E R R O H EBorn: 27 March 1886Death: 1969Nationality: GermanCareer: Worked Under Peter Behrens: As A Bauhaus Director: Migrated to US and taught ArchitectureWorks: German Pavilion , Barcelona: Crown Hall , Chicago Farnsworth House Seagram Building , New York Lake Shore Apartments , Illinois

Philosophy

M I E S V A N D E R R O H ESimple Rectangular Forms.Open , Flexible Plan and Multi-functional Spaces.Exposed and Refined Structural Details.Widespread use of Glass to bring the Outside in.Mastered in Steel and Glass Architecture. LESS IS MORE

EXPRESSION OF HIS PHILOSOPHY

M I E S V A N D E R R O H E

Faade - Glass and steel structure. Large windows ( Simple & rectangular forms )

Steel columns are coated with bronze I- beams ( Refined structure)Minimalist furnishings

Traventine & Marble were sleek

Luminous ceiling panels .Glass panes , Floor to ceiling windows provide more natural light in the office spaces .( STRUCTURAL INTEGRITY)

Grey Topaz glass , sun and heat protection.( MATERIAL HONESTY )

EXPRESSION OF HIS PHILOSOPHY

M I E S V A N D E R R O H E

Large use of steel structureMulti-functional spaces .

LESS IS MORE - It is seen in much of the structure Instead of using heavy building materials and refined structure details were established ( steel , glass , bronze , et cetera )Seagram Building First bronze coloured sky scrapper (38 COUNT)

Venetian blindsMinimalistic furniture designs.

WORKS

R I E H L H O U S ELocation: GermanyProject Started: 1907Project Completed: 1907

First Project of Mies Vander Rohe .Rectangular in Shape , Tiled Roof .Built in Kitchen and Bookcase .Two Separate Gardens.Resting on a Long flat podium.

WORKS

B A R C E L O N A P A V I L I O N

LARGE GLASS OPENINGMINIMAL STEEL STRUCTURE

WORKS

B A R C E L O N A P A V I L I O NBuilt to Represent Germany in International Exposition .Idea of Pavilion as a Building .Sculptural Look .Separates itself from the context and creates its own atmosphere .Based on a grid system .Low Profile Roof .Rebuilt in 1983 .Features :Location: SpainProject Started: 1929Project Completed: 1929PLAN DERIVED FROM ASINGLE RECTANGLE

WORKS

V I L L A T U G E N D H A T

LARGE GLASS OPENINGSTEEL COLUMN

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V I L L A T U G E N D H A TBuilt for a Rich Jewish Client .Iron Framework , Interior Load Bearing walls .3 Levels on a Sloping site .Expensive material and built method .Minimal and Stable Design .Bedroom connecting to a Terrace .

FeaturesLocation: Czech RebupblicProject Started: 1928Project Completed: 1930MULTIFUNCTIONAL SPACESDESIGNED WITH RESPECT TO SITE

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L A K E S H O R E A P A R T M E N T S

GLASS AND EXPOSED STRUCTURAL DETAILCLEAR GLASS FAADE TO CREATEA RELATION WITH NATURESTEEL STRUCTURAL ELEMENT

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L A K E S H O R E A P A R T M E N T SOne of the most Iconic Skyscraper in Chicago .Waterfront View .Two Buildings Standing infront of each other cross axially .Connected by a Plaza at Ground Level .Used the Idea of Independent Architecture .Used still structure to express grids .53 Grids and 8 steel Columns .

FeaturesLocation: Chicago , USAProject Started: 1948Project Completed: 1951

RECTANGULAR MASSINGOPEN FLOOR PLANSTEEL COLUMNS

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F R A N S W O R T H H O U S E

LARGE CLEAR GLASS FAADE TO BRING OUTSIDE IN

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F R A N S W O R T H H O U S EGlass Facades creating a Natural Relationship .I- Sections as a structural Element .Full Height Windows .Raised 5ft 3in off the ground .Simple and Pure in form .Similar to Glass house .

Features Location: USAProject Started: 1946Project Completed: 1951

RECTANGULAR PLANMULTIFUNCTIONAL SPACEMINIMAL STRUCTURE

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C R O W N H A L LLocation: USAProject Started: 1950Project Completed: 1956

The suspended roof, without interior columns, createdUniversal space that could be endlessly adapted to new uses.Use of off-the-shelf components, including standard glass panes andsteel I-beams, made the building economical to construct.Carefully-proportioned, repetitive elements of the exterior convey both uniformity and precision of construction.The design is seemingly simple. Mies once described the building as almost nothing.

CLEAR GLASS FACADEEXPOSED STRUCTURERECTANGULAR FORM

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F U R N I T U R E SPerhaps the most iconic work from Mies' oeuvre, the Barcelona Chair at once gives life to and is born from its materials. Like the MR and Brno Chairs, it is composed of steel and leather. The steel bar legs ease up and over to support the seat and back of the chair. Mies' gift was to endow grace in otherwise monotonous substances. The Barcelona Chair attests to his mastery of form, function, and beauty.

Barcelona Chair

Tugendhat Chair

Seeking to make a comfortable lounge chair that maintained the restraint of his minimalist aesthetic, Mies arrived at the Tugendhat. Here, the cushions of the Barcelona meet the cantilever frame of the MR, arriving at an elegant solution to the overstuffed club chair.The Barcelona Couch was first used in the New York apartment of Architect Phillip Johnson in 1930. Scholars cite Lilly Reich as a co-designer. Reich also designed the interiors for the Johnson project.Barcelona Couch

Made of steel and leather, the Brno Chair expresses Mies' regard for simplicity. The chair is named after Brno, Czechoslovakia, where it debuted in the Tugendhat House.Brno Chair

Also known as the Barcelona Table, the X Table made its first appearance in the Tugendhat House.X Table

MR Lounge Chair features tubular stainless steel and a cantilever frame. Mies began with the iron rocking chairs that were the standard in 19th century Europe. He then injected them with modern materials and a minimalist aesthetic. This was another instance in which the architect reused a conventional, classic form to produce a work of sheer innovation. The MR Lounge exists as a chaise lounge, an armchair, an armless chair, and an adjustable chaise lounge. MR. Chair

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