Looking for Mies
A short and compelling text, 'Looking for Mies' aims to reveal the man behind the architecture. The now famous photograph of Mies van der Rohe in a steel and glass building smoking a cigar has fascinated and intrigued the author to such an extent, that he has painstakingly researched the events surrounding its taking.
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Aerial view apartment on East architect as educator Architectural Forum Art lnstitute August Bertin Bill Engdahl blinds Book 12 campus ceiling Chicago and London Chicago Architectural Chicago Press Chicago-Rizzoli lnternational Publications Close-up on Mies Critical Biography Crown Hall building Crown Hall interior David Spaeth design di Mies diaeresis East Dhio Street East Pearson Street Email from Hedrich flagstones Franz Schulze Fritz Neumeyer frosted glass holding the cigar lllinois lnstitute llT Speculative Designs lnstitute of Chicago-Rizzoli lnstitute of Technology lnternational Publications 1986 lower ground floor Ludwig Mies main hall Mechanical Engineering building metal upright Mies holding Mies Reconsidered Mies van derRohe Montecristo north facade Pablo Picasso Pall Mall Press Paul Klee Peter Carter Philip Johnson Phyllis Lambert right hand Rizzoli Rohe Archive Rone S.R. Crown Hall Schulze-Danforth sculpture by Pablo strabismus Street in Chicago Technology 1986 Tugendhat House University of Chicago Werner Blaser wrong way round