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  • 1971, Renzo Piano and Richard Rogers won an International competition to design this multi-purpose building, Art museum, library, media center.
  • 1989, Strasbourg Most of Richard Rogers buildings, including this one, are designed to be environmentally sound
  • 1994, London, 103 luxury apartments, Overlooking Thames

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  • 1. Lecture 1 – “ Less is More” Copyright by Richard J. Luxenburg, AIA Do not copy in any format , digital or paper, under penalty of law. This means you! Thanks.
  • 2. “ Less is more” Mies & Gaudi in Barcelona Ludwig Mies van der Rohe & Antonio Gaudi Mies
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    • 1929 - German Pavilion for the International Exposition in Barcelona, Spain
    • Ludwig Mies van der Rohe - German born architect
    • Demolished in 1930
    • Rebuilt 1986
    • Steel frame, glass, and polished stone (onyx, marble, travertine)
    The Barcelona Pavilion
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  • 8. “ God is in the Details”
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  • 12. Farnsworth House
    • 1950 - Plano, Illinois
    • glass walls, travertine, and steel columns
                                   
  • 13. Seagram Building
    • Park Ave. in New York
    • 1954
    • steel frame with curtain walls, and bronze exterior columns
    © 1990-2004 by the photographer or Artifice, Inc. or as indicated.  All Rights Reserved.  This document is provided for on-line viewing only. http://www.GreatBuildings.com/buildings/Seagram_Building.html © 1990-2004 by the photographer or Artifice, Inc. or as indicated.  All Rights Reserved.  This document is provided for on-line viewing only. http://www.GreatBuildings.com/buildings/Seagram_Building.html GreatBuildings.com GREAT BUILDINGS   SEARCH   DISCUSSION   CAD OUTPOST   DESIGNWORKSHOP   GALLERY   FREE 3D   ARCHITECTUREWEEK GREAT BUILDINGS   SEARCH   DISCUSSION   CAD OUTPOST   DESIGNWORKSHOP   GALLERY   FREE 3D   ARCHITECTUREWEEK    
  • 14. One Charles Center
    • 1963 - Baltimore City
  • 15. Crown Hall
    • IIT- Illinois Institute of Technology
    • 1956
    • Architectural school
    • The roof suspends from spanning I-beams
  • 16. Meanwhile Back to Barcelona 1929
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  • 22. Milwaukke Art Museum Santiago Calatrava , architect
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  • 24. Frank Gehry Guggenheim Museum, Bilboa, Spain Walt Disney Concert Hall, Los Angels California Even on the Simpsons
  • 25. Frank Lloyd Wright Fallingwater, Bear Run, Pa. and “organic architecture”
  • 26. Centre de Pompidou, Paris 1971 Richard Roger and Renzo Piano
  • 27. European Court of Human Rights
    • “ This space functions as an invitation to participate in a judicial vision.” Richard Rogers, 2001
  • 28. Montevetro Luxury Housing, London
    • “ The elevators climbing up this facade provide a play between the vertical and the horizontal. In this way the building offers a sculptural quality and a strong sense of rticulation.” Richard Rogers
  • 29. Millennium Dome Greenwich 2000
  • 30. Louis I. Kahn , Architect Salk Institute LaJolla, California 1959 -1966 Kimbell Art Museum Fort Worth, Texas 1967 -1972
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