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Modern Architecture

Modern architecture or modernist architecture is a term applied to a group of styles of architecture which emerged in the first half of the 20th century and became dominant after World War II. 115 more words

Frank Lloyd Wright

2017-07-15 Nor by Nor’east Caravan – Lexington, Concord, and The Shot Heard 'Round the World; Walter Gropius and Marcel Breuer...

We had a free day to explore the region. We chose to tour Concord and Lexington.  After driving to Lexington we joined a trolley ride for a 90 minute to drive along the roads between Lexington and Concord; our guide told us the history of the Battle of Concord and Lexington, the start of the War for Independence. 775 more words

Airstream Club

ON THIS DAY: May 18, 2017

May 18th is

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"However often the thread may be torn out of your hands, you must develop enough patience to..."

“However often the thread may be torn out of your hands, you must develop enough patience to wind it up again and again.”

— Walter Gropius, architect, German, Born May


Alois Riegl’s Kunstwollen: Influences and Influenced

ieBy Thomas Oommen for Prof. Sarah Deyong, ARCH 639 History & Theory of 20th century architecture

Texas A&M University

Alois Riegl’s influence on art history cannot be overstated. 4,306 more words

Josef Albers and Nan Goldin, an Unlikely Duo

What do Josef Albers and Nan Goldin have in common? Not much, it would seem. Albers, who was one of the principal forces behind the famed German art school… 1,147 more words


Buildings in Germany and America: 1951 poster for a Gropius / Mies van der Rohe exhibition in Hannover.