MIES VAN DER ROHE 1:100

MIES VAN DER ROHE 1:100

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1:100 Magazine, number 61/62

Publisher: 1:100 Ediciones

Size: 20 x 15 x 1 cms

Pages: 144

Illustrations: Color & B&W

Cover: Softcover

Publication date: 2018

ISSN: Spanish 16695380

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  • Política de seguridad (editar con el módulo Información de seguridad y confianza para el cliente) Política de seguridad (editar con el módulo Información de seguridad y confianza para el cliente)
  • Política de envío (editar con el módulo Información de seguridad y confianza para el cliente) Política de envío (editar con el módulo Información de seguridad y confianza para el cliente)
  • Política de devolución (editar con el módulo Información de seguridad y confianza para el cliente) Política de devolución (editar con el módulo Información de seguridad y confianza para el cliente)

"We must dominate the forces that have been unleashed and structure them according to a new order, an order that allows life to have a space to develop in freedom"

This is one of the phrases that Ludwig Mies van de Rohe intoned in a speech in Berlin in 1928 and could bring together the concepts practiced in professional practice and academic throughout his life.

Because of his role as director at the Bauhaus, the application of technology, the construction of space, his furniture, his famous phrases ... if we had to find a character who, in his works, would bring together the main concepts of modern architecture, surely, the vast majority would think of Mies.

The Barcelona pavilion (1929) was the starting point for developing this publication, the importance of this small work as a physical catalyst for a unique and innovative thought on the way to the development of a Universal Space, a radical change in the way of conceiving the space.

It is difficult to find another work that brings together all (or almost all) the fundamental concepts of modern architecture: independent structure, interior / exterior relationship, materiality and flexibility.

From this work, the supporting construction elements moved away from the interior space in their projects forever. After his stay at the Bauhaus in 1930, and above all later residing in the United States, commissions began that allowed him to follow the line of these concepts and exploit them to the fullest.

The Tugendhat house (1928), the Farnsworth (1946), the Crown Hall (1950) and the Neue National Gallerie (1962) complement the Barcelona Pavilion in this special edition where we present the most important projects of Mies van de Rohe with material from exquisite file. In turn, we include the words of specialists in Mies's work that focus on the highlights of his career.

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