Villa Tugendhat is a historical building in the wealthy neighbourhood of Černá Pole in Brno, Czech Republic. It is one of the pioneering prototypes of modern architecture in Europe, and was designed by the German architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. Built of reinforced concrete between 1928 and 1930 for Fritz Tugendhat and his wife Greta, the villa soon became an icon of modernism.
Inside view of Guggenheim museum designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, New York, ca. 1959.
Frank Lloyd Wright, SC Johnson Wax Complex and Research Tower, Racine Wisconsins, 1936-1939.
A staircase in the Bauhaus school of design, Staatliches Bauhaus, in Dessau, Germany, 1932.
Wassily Chair, Marcel Breuer 1925. Inspired by the frame of a bicycle and influenced by the constructivist theories of the DeStjil movement, Marcel Breuer was still an apprentice at the Bauhaus when he reduced the classic club #chair to its elemental lines and planes, forever changing the course of furniture design
As a leader of the Bauhaus, Marcel Breuer used the technological advances of his day in the service of better living. His 1928 Cesca chair married traditional craftsmanship to industrial materials and methods.
MONDRIAN RIETVELD DESTIJL – Chair designed in 1918 from Dutch designer Gerrit Rietveld.