Drawing serach for architectural space. Unrealized houses of Mies van der Rohe
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Design studies in the field of searching for modern architectural space of a single family house led by Mies van der Rohe in 1920s and 1930s, have survived as drawings – sketches, plans, perspectives and photographs of models. Projects of the Brick Country House (1923) and the Concrete Country House (1924), the urban Court-house and the House with tree courts (1934) and drawing studies of the Moutain House (1934), although they have never been realized, had a great impact on development of modern architecture. The drawings illustrating the architecture of the houses are a breakthrough in thinking about a creation of a place, about living space, about a relation between inside and outside. They permanently went down in history of architecture, still being an ispiration for new generations of contemporary architects.
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