Marcel Lajos Breuer

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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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La tesis de este articulo es que el gran almacen De Bijenkorf (Rotterdam, 1953-1957) ilustra un paso en la evolucion del trabajo de Marcel Breuer (1).
In a final instance of architectural resonance, the reading room in New York also contained one of Marcel Breuer's iconic quadrangular windows, which set in a rectangular frame described a form that could have come straight out of Mohamedi's works (figure 8)!
Por ejemplo, se ha de destacar aqui la intervencion de Christopher Tunnard, quien adelantandose unas dos decadas a personajes como Andy Warhol, Robert Venturi o Charles Moore, anotaba la necesidad de la reconciliacion entre el gusto popular (del publico en general) y la gran arquitectura (de la ortodoxia arquitectonica), sugiriendo el estudio de los monumentos del pasado como posible fuente de respuestas (empresa historica a la que se opondrian inmediatamente Walter Gropius, Marcel Breuer, Ralph Walker, Peter Blake, Eero Saarinen, George Nelson y Carl Koch).
New additions to this year's OHNY Weekend include: City Hall, which recently completed its first comprehensive renovation in 50 years (Beyer Blinder Belle, 2015); the New York City headquarters of Google in Chelsea (HLW, 2006-present); the monumental New York State Pavilion (Philip Johnson and Lev Zetlin, 1962-64) in Flushing Meadows Corona Park, built for the 1964-65 World's Fair; a collection of architectural gems on CUNY's Bronx Community College campus, including the Beaux-Arts Gould Memorial Library (McKim, Mead, & White, 1912), the modernist Colston Hall, Meister Hall, and Begrisch Hall (Marcel Breuer, 1959- 1970), and the recently completed North Hall and Library (Robert A.M.
St John's Abbey Church: Marcel Breuer and the Creation of a Modern Sacred Space by Victoria Young
He was later joined by Marcel Breuer. Together, the two passed on their aesthetic -- emphasizing volume; large areas of glass juxtaposed by blank walls; flat roofs; freedom from architectural ornamentation -- to students and associates.
The store's design was inspired by an archive image of a Bally store in Switzerland in the 1920s, designed by modernist architect and furniture designer Marcel Breuer.
The show presents the work of well-known designers and architects, including George Nelson, Richard Neutra, Marcel Breuer and Henry Dreyfuss (the industrial designer who created that round FIon-eywell thermostat and the Princess phone), alongside that of lesser-known, but equally important, figures such as graphic designer Alex Steinweiss and textile artist Ruth Adler Schnee.
Weidlinger was inspired by friend and fellow emigre, architect Marcel Breuer, to acquire land across the pond from Breuer's own summer home and build a modern structure suited to its purpose and location.
Few schools can duplicate or match the Belfer Audio Archive or the Marcel Breuer Digital Archive from Syracuse's Special Collections Research Center (SCRC), just as few can duplicate or match Columbia's Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library.
Designed by architect Marcel Breuer in the 1960s, several structures of the purpose–built resort are now French historic monuments.
The section will feature works by Marcel Breuer, Laszlo Moholy-Nagy and Erno Goldfinger, whose name Ian Fleming spitefully immortalised as a Bond villain because of personal antagonism.
The teacher corps featured some of the leading figures of the day in the graphic and building arts, among them the painters Paul Klee, Vassily Kandinsky, Oscar Schlemmer, Lyonel Feininger and the architects Marcel Breuer and Ludwig Mies van der Rohe.
Designed by Marcel Breuer in 1925 and named for abstract painter Wassily Kandinsky (Breuer's colleague at the Bauhaus), this chair is made by Knoll Studio.