Seagram Building, Park Avenue, New York by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe in 1954-58

Seagram Building, Park Avenue, New York by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe in 1954-58


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Frank Lloyd Wright started this project with his son (Frank) Lloyd Wright (Jr.) in Los Angeles. Lloyd Wright completed the design and went on to design beautiful examples of architecture in his own practice continuing with the concrete textile block style initiated by FLLW senior. The pool in the central courtyard pictured in this photo is not original to the house when it was first completed.

Frank Lloyd Wright started this project with his son (Frank) Lloyd Wright (Jr.) in Los Angeles. Lloyd Wright completed the design and went on to design beautiful examples of architecture in his own practice continuing with the concrete textile block style initiated by FLLW senior. The pool in the central courtyard pictured in this photo is not original to the house when it was first completed.

Pabellón Alemán de Barcelona 18 12727 - Mies van der Rohe, Architect

Pabellón Alemán de Barcelona 18 12727 - Mies van der Rohe, Architect

Frank Lloyd Wright, Robie House (1906-1909), Prairie School (Modernism)  Wright worked with Sullivan in Chicago; the style he pioneered is known as the Prairie School

Frank Lloyd Wright, Robie House (1906-1909), Prairie School (Modernism) Wright worked with Sullivan in Chicago; the style he pioneered is known as the Prairie School

Rebuilt Barcelona Pavilion in Barcelona, Spain. Originally for the World Fair of 1929. Ludwig Mies van der Rohe

Rebuilt Barcelona Pavilion in Barcelona, Spain. Originally for the World Fair of 1929. Ludwig Mies van der Rohe

House for Mr. Arthur W. Milam by architect Paul Rudolph. Photo by Ezra Stoller. From House & Garden, October

Erik Gunnar Asplund  Woodland Crematorium Portico, Skogskyrkogården, Stockholm, Sweden, 1935-40.

Erik Gunnar Asplund Woodland Crematorium Portico, Skogskyrkogården, Stockholm, Sweden, 1935-40.

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