Marcel Breuer: Church of St Francis of Sales, Muskegon, Michigan, (1964-1966, with Herbert Beckhard). © Photo Hedrich Blessing (HB-30662-Z) - Chicago Historical Society. / www.yatzer.com/Marcel-Breuer-design-architecture

Marcel Breuer (1902-1981): Design & Architecture

Visions of an Industrial Age: archilista: ro-w: marcel breuer’s saint francis de sales church, muskegon, michigan

Marcel Breuer Wassily Chair

{w} Bauhaus furniture design: Marcel Breuer Wassily Chair. Steel tube (line) & leather (plane). (Remake of original)

Marcel Breuer - Hotel La Flaine - French Alps - 1969

Marcel Breuer - Hotel La Flaine - French Alps - 1969 Must have been a cold war MAD thing. Your missiles can't scare us. We hang off cliffs for art.

1919 - Walter Gropius creates bauhaus, the beginnig of modern architecture.

Walter Gropius – was a German architect and founder of the Bauhaus School, who, along with Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Le Corbusier and Oscar Niemeyer, is widely regarded as one of the pioneering masters of modern architecture.

Marcel Breuer's Hooper House II in Baltimore, Maryland proves that wonderfully natural materials, like these flagstones used in the walls, are perfectly at home in Bauhaus geometry. The interior courtyard and view out to the landscape create a nice sense of intimacy while keeping the house in touch with its surroundings. Photo by Raymond Meier.

Mid century modern architecture - Hooper House II by Marcel Breuer. Breuer's Hooper House II in Baltimore, Maryland proves that wonderfully natural materials, like these flagstones used in the walls, are perfectly at home in Bauhaus geometry.

Chaise Wassily. Marcel Breuer 1925

Marcel Breuer Wassily chair 1925 He embodies the driving Bauhaus objective to reconcile art and industry.

Marcel Breuer with Hamilton P. Smith, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, 1963-1966

Marcel Breuer with Hamilton P. Smith (b. Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, # stairs

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nothingtochance: “WASSILY CHAIR / Marcel Breuer ca. 1925 for KNOLL Marcel Breuer was an apprentice at the Bauhaus when he began experimenting with tubular steel as a way of building a more transparent.

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The Bauhaus Designers and Their Designs

a simple single breasted suit.Hungarian-born modernist, architect and furniture designer, Marcel Breuer( in one of his Wassily chairs. Was the pioneer of tubular steel furniture, which was allegedly inspired by his bycycle handlebars.

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