ludwieg mies van der rohe (1886-1969)

The designer Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. Pioneer of modern architecture and furniture. He's design concept was 'less is more'

Dieter Rams

10 Principles of Good Design - Dieter Rams - Braun If I were to look back at some of the best designed products, and understand their principles of design, I would definitely look at Braun.

Paul Rudolph's architectural office

If you ever thought your office was cramped and needed bunk-style desks, you probably weren’t the first. A photo taken of Paul Rudolph’s architectural office located in New York City in the late Via Kelvin Dickinson

Ettore Sottsass   (Innsbruck, 14 settembre 1917 – Milano, 31 dicembre 2007 )

Ettore Sottsass was an Italian architect and designer of the late century, born in Austria in His body of designs included furniture, jewelry, glass, lighting and office machine design.

tobia scarpa

tobia scarpa - italian architect and designer of Nastro, producted by Andromeda Murano

le Corbusier

I prefer drawing to talking. Drawing is faster, and leaves less room for lies - Le Corbusier

Le C

A rare color photograph of Le Corbusier, shot in 1953 by Willy Rizzo in Le Corbusier’s studio at 35 Rue de Sèvres, Paris and his self-designed penthouse apartment.

Jacques Herzog

Jacques Herzog

"There are many architects who aren’t really aware of their own patterns, just like most people don’t know their patterns in private. We find that a really exciting theme because architecture and psychology suddenly become very close.


Portrait photo of architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Frank Lloyd Wright was also an interior designer, writer, and educator who designed more than projects, of which more than 500 resulted in completed works PHOTOGRAPHER / CREDIT: Al Ravenna DATE: 1954

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