Open Modal. Prev. The Tugendhat house integrates many elements of the Bacelona Pavilion. The building is made . Haus Tugendhat [Trailer]. Among them, there are some remarkable documentaries as “Haus Tugendhat”, a film on the restoration of the famous Mies’ house. Outstanding. Built in Brno between and in the functionalist style by the German architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, the Villa Tugendhat, named.

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Kumu Documentary: “Haus Tugendhat”

Premiere in presence of the two restauration architects and Paul Meurs, professor restauration architecture at the TU Delft. I said to my superintendent: The photographs do not say absolutely anything about this building! The Tugendhat gave Mies all the liberty for this work, because the money was no problem for them, they even entrusted the interior design and the furniture.

Untilshe managed a studio tugemdhat exhibition design and fashion in Frankfurt am Main and worked in the Frankfurt trade fair office as an exhibition designer.

1930 Haus Tugendhat

He had looked at house, and he wanted to find an architect. Inhe met the person who would be his partner until his death, Lora Marx. Ludwig Mies van der Rohe was born in Aquisgran the 27th of Marz of tubendhat died in Chicago the 17th of August of One wall is a sliding sheet of plate glass that descends to the basement the way an automobile window does.


It will be the same. InCzechoslovakia appeared in the land registry as the owner country of the house. View from the garden.

In he projected his most important work: Views Read Edit View history. During this stage, inhe designed his first skyscraper: The house is located in a prairie, giving an air from the street of being one only level. The first level street floor is here the private rooms are: Read more Read less.

The onyx wall is partially translucent and changes appearance when the evening sun is low. Inafter training to become an industrial embroiderer, Lilly Reich began working at the Viennese workshop of Josef Hoffmann.

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Of course, the house did not aspire to solve any social problems. It is also a precursor to Mies’ later “universal space,” found primarily in the office towers he designed in the United States in the s.

He died in Chicago the 17th of August if leaving behind a large legacy and influence to next generations. The entrance, bedrooms, nanny quarters, a terrace and play area, and a garage with chauffeur quarters are on the upper level; the living spaces, kitchen, winter garden and another terrace are on the middle level; and the utilities are on the lowest level.


He did not believe in one doctor only: The last Works of renovation and restoration of the Tugendhat House made between and On the property Mies developed a split-level house with three floors: The Tugendhat lived there only 7 years due to the imminent arrival of the nationalsocialism the emigrated in Shortly after, he planned other building of this typology, the Commonwealth Promenade Apartments, from to From tohe built the Neue Nationalgalerie in Berlin, which would be his last legacy to the architecture.

Mies’ design principle of “less is more” and emphasis on functional amenities created a fine example of early functionalism architecture, a groundbreaking new vision in building design at the time. The architect managed to make the magnificent view from the villa an integral part of the interior. It suffered considerable damage during combat at the end of World War II and later, when it served as quarters and stables for the Soviet military.

What Mies did not see done: Reich met Ludwig Mies van der Rohe in and collaborated closely with him on the design of a flat and other projects for the Deutscher Werkbund exhibition held in Stuttgart in

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