Jody Brown
Jody Brown
Jody Brown

Jody Brown

I'm just an Architect, standing in front of an ideology, asking it to love me.

Fallingwater/ Kaufmann Residence. Frank Lloyd Wright. 1936-1939. Mill Run, PA.

"The Guggenheim, Almost Empty, c. 1959 — Ezra Stoller"

Roof of the Sagrada Familia, Barcelona


La Sagrada Familia. Antoni Gaudi. Barcelona, Spain

Maison Ozenfant (house and studio), Paris - Le Corbusier 1923-24

Casa Rotonda, The round house in Stabio, Ticino, Switzerland.1980-1982. Mario Botta

Shoreham Street, Sheffield by Project Orange architects | See More Pictures | #SeeMorePictures

Chapter 24: Marcel Breuer (1902-1981) was a student at the Bauhaus. He experimented with tubular steel for furniture and designed the Wassily Chair (shown here). He later moved to America and started teaching architecture and interior design at Harvard University.

Frank Lloyd Wright in the drafting room at Taliesin, Spring Green, 1957. Price Tower project model next to his desk. - photo by Bill Ray

"He told me that architecture is important, but that life is more important." - Tribute to Oscar Niemeyer by Norman Foster

By Marc Riboud. Architect responsible for the Louvre pyramid but not the Pompidou Museum behind him, I M Pei, Paris

Le Corbusier (1887-1965) Le Corbusier created the “Modulor system” based on the golden ratio and the Fibonacci sequence. He studied the proportions of the human body to improve the function of architecture and furniture.

Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, architect, 1956. | Architect Mies van der Rohe and the Poetry of Purpose |

Frank Lloyd Wright, b. June 8, 1867 - d. April 9, 1959. Architect, interior designer, writer, educator, and Father of "organic architecture."

Frank Lloyd Wright (American architect interior designer) He designed more than 100 structures and completed 500 works. He believed that structures should be in harmony with humanity and the environment referred to as "organic architecture." The best example of this type of work can be seen in the abode named, "Falling Waters." He is considered America's greatest architect of all time.

Le Corbusier - 1887-1965. Swiss born architect,designer who was a pioneer of high design in modern architecture. Constructed buildings all over the world. He was dedicated to providing better living conditions for residents of crowded cities.

Architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe peers between two large models of ultra-modern apartment buildings he designed for Chicago's Lake Shore Drive, 1956.

Maison Ozenfant. Paris, France. 1922. Le Corbusier

Mario Botta. Façade for the parish church in Genestrerio, Ticino , Switzerland (1999-2003)