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Seagram building by Mies van der Rohe in association with Philip Johnson. Image courtesy of RFR. Click above to see larger image.

Gallery of AD Classics: Chicago Federal Center / Mies van der Rohe - 4

Gallery of AD Classics: Chicago Federal Center / Mies van der Rohe - 4

Federal, Chicago, Architects, Architecture, Building Homes

Seagram Building, 375 Park Avenue, New York City by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe (1886-1969) and Philip Johnson (1906-2005)  :: 1958

Seagram Building, 375 Park Avenue, New York City by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and Philip Johnson :: 1958

Ludwig Mies van der Rohe with Felix Candela | Ron Bacardi Administration Building | Mexico City DF, Mexico | 1958 | Photo Balthazar Korab

Bacardi Office Building by Mies van der Rohe, Mexico City, 1961 Photo credit: Balthazar Korab

Gallery of AD Classics: IIT Master Plan and Buildings / Mies van der Rohe - 8

Gallery of AD Classics: AD Classics: IIT Master Plan and Buildings / Mies van der Rohe - 8

Seagram Building on Park Avenue, New York, 1954-1958, designed by Mies van der Rohe in collaboration with Philip Johnson.

AD Classics: Seagram Building / Mies van der Rohe

Image 2 of 14 from gallery of AD Classics: AD Classics: Villa Tugendhat / Mies van der Rohe.

AD Classics: Villa Tugendhat / Mies van der Rohe

Completed in 1930 in Brno, Czech Republic. The Villa Tugendhat was commissioned by the wealthy newlyweds Grete & Fritz Tugendhat, a Jewish couple with family money from textile.

Light Matters: Richard Kelly, The Unsung Master Behind Modern Architecture’s Greatest Buildings,Entrance, Seagram Building, New York. Image © Ezra Stoller/Esto

Gallery of Light Matters: Richard Kelly, The Unsung Master Behind Modern Architecture’s Greatest Buildings - 4

Image 4 of 11 from gallery of Light Matters: Richard Kelly, The Unsung Master Behind Modern Architecture’s Greatest Buildings. Photograph by Ezra Stoller/Esto

The Seagram Building | Ludwig Mies van der Rohe with Philip Johnson | 375 Park Avenue, New York | 1958

Philip Johnson, interior architect, Seagram Building’s fifth-floor executive office with Jens Risom executive desk and Hans Wegner chairs. Photo: Ezra Stoller, From Building Seagram, courtesy Yale University Press Guerrero Books

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