Final Review

Final Review - Building Robie House Sommerfeld House...

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Building Architect Location Date Style Robie House Frank Lloyd Wright Chicago 1909 Prairie Sommerfeld House Walter Gropius and Hannes Meyer Berlin 1921 Expressionist Schroder House Gerrit Rietveld Utrecht, the Netherlands 1924 De Stijl The Bauhaus Walter Gropius Dessau, Germany 1926 Functionalist Barcelona Pavillion Mies van der Rohe Barcelona 1929 Chrysler Building William van Alen New York 1930 Art Deco Villa Savoye Le Corbusier Poissy, France 1931 International Fallingwater Frank Lloyd Wright Bear Run, Pennsylvania 1939 Prairie Seagram Building Ludwig Mies van der Rohe New York 1958
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De Stijl: organized by Theo van Doesburg. New architecture is anti-cubic. Floating nature/works against gravity. Solid and void had equal value. Building no longer behaved as an enclosed box. Minimum distinction between interior and exterior. Schroder House: primary colors provided abstract quality. Axes and symmetry were traded for what felt intuitively right. Elementarist and Japanese influences. Free plan was partly inspired by Truus Schroder-
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