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United States architect (born in Hungary) who was associated with the Bauhaus in the 1920's (1902-1981)

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Our culture of innovation is focusing systematically on the needs of our customers, and we work closely with them to develop innovative solutions that can be launched on the market as quickly and cost-effectively as possible," said Breuers.
For Sarasota art dealer and collector Frank Breuer, "there" was a tough, working-class neighborhood in the South Bronx; and "here" is a beautiful home in McClellan Park where he lives with his wife, Liz, and a thriving business, the Missing Link Gallery, which specializes in non-Western art.
The Breuer collection, however, includes wood pieces dating back two centuries and clay pieces 10 times that old.
Instead, Breuer tried his hand at a number of endeavors, and was well into his 20s when he first happened upon the art that slowly became the focus of his life.
Breuer grew up in a small railroad flat shared by his parents, grandparents, uncle and baby sister; but as a kid, he recalls, his real life was on the legendarily mean streets of the South Bronx.
Like most kids in the late '40s and early '50s, Breuer collected kid's stuff like lead soldiers, comic books and, of course, baseball cards.
His parents thought the new music was trash, so the teen-aged Breuer bought a turquoise Emerson portable radio so he could lie awake late into the night, listening to Alan Freed spin R & B records with the speaker close to his ear to avoid detection.