LAMBERT, Phyllis. Mies van der Rohe in America.

(Montreal, New York, and Ostfildern-Ruit): Canadian Centre for Architecture / Whitney Museum of American Art and Hatje Cantz, 2001.  First edition.  Quarto.  791 pages.  A massive work re-evaluating the entire body of work of one of the 20th century’s greatest architects, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe.  A major, and the first, study to make full and in-depth use of all available archival material.  Together with nine essays the volume looks beyond Mies’ most famous architectural triumphs to understand in a more profound way the evolution of this seminal artist.  Includes over 600 illustrations.  A near fine copy in dust jacket with complete chronology of Meis’ work from 1937-69 in the form of a folding chart present in the rear pocket.  Housed in the publisher’s plain card slipcase.


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