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National Gallery Berlin 

MIES VAN DER ROHE, The New National Gallery, Berlin, 1968. Large painted steel sculpture Têtes et Queue (1965) by Alexander Calder. Photo © David Hirsch.

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Mies van der Rohe in Berlin

Friedrichstrasse – Berlin – Germany – Skyscraper | Mies van der Rohe | Perhaps inspired by photographs of the “high-reaching steel skeletons” of American skyscrapers under construction Mies van der Rohe’s vision of a tower more transparent than solid first became apparent with his entry for the Berlin Friedrichstrasse Skyscraper competition of 1921–22. As Detlef Mertins’ new book Mies reveals, the visionary project (although unbuilt) became the architect’s first major post-war design.
  

Friedrichstrasse Berlin Skyscraper | Mies van der Rohe | Perhaps inspired by photographs of the “high-reaching steel skeletons” of American skyscrapers under construction Mies van der Rohe’s vision of a tower more transparent than solid first became apparent with his entry for the Berlin Friedrichstrasse Skyscraper competition of 1921–22. As Detlef Mertins’ new book Mies reveals, the visionary project (although unbuilt) became the architect’s first major post-war design.

Friedrichstrasse Berlin Skyscraper | Mies van der Rohe | Perhaps inspired by photographs of the “high-reaching steel skeletons” of American skyscrapers under construction Mies van der Rohe’s vision of a tower more transparent than solid first became apparent with his entry for the Berlin Friedrichstrasse Skyscraper competition of 1921–22. As Detlef Mertins’ new book Mies reveals, the visionary project (although unbuilt) became the architect’s first major post-war design.