The artless word

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MIT Press, 1991 - Architecture - 386 pages
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From Mies's library - including his marginal notes - and from a body of writing that is surprisingly large for the self-described "unwilling author, " Fritz Neumeyer reconstructs the metaphysical and philosophical inquiry on which Mies based his modernism.

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Contents

The View into the Intrinsic
30
The Way to Building
36
The Great Form and the Will to Style
51
Copyright

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About the author (1991)

Fritz Neumeyer is Professor of Architectural Theory at the Technical University, Berlin.

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