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The Farnsworth House
Sixty miles southwest of Chicago is one of the great modern houses of the world, the Farnsworth House, built by Mies van der Rohe for a Chicago physician, Edith Farnsworth in 1951. It is striking, but was it livable? What…
The Tugendhat House - Mies van der Rohe's Czech Masterpiece
One of the most influential works of Twentieth Century architecture in Europe was added to the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites. Although it is beloved of architects the world over, the Villa Tugendhat in the Czech Republic's second city…
Green Towns USA: A New Deal
An investigation of three 1930s new towns planned and built by the United States government during the Depression, and how they fare today. Designed as decent, affordable housing for urban workers; families near cities, these towns were based upon the…
Creating Community: Lafayette Park
The community of Lafayette Park in downtown Detroit, built in the late 1950s and early 1960s, demonstrates a workable solution for urban sprawl. This highly livable neighborhood was planned and built by former Bauhaus architect Mies van der Rohe and…
Passionate Nature: Chicago Parks of Alfred Caldwell
Alfred Caldwell was the last of the great prairie landscape architects of the 20th century, influenced by his mentor, Jens Jensen, and by Frank Lloyd Wright. He taught alongside Mies van der Rohe at the Illinois Institute of Technology. He…