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Martin Luther King Jr Library - Ludwig Mies Van der Rohe
Located in Washington D.C., this historical photograph is from 1975 from the DDOT’s digitized archive.

Martin Luther King Jr Library - Ludwig Mies Van der Rohe

Located in Washington D.C., this historical photograph is from 1975 from the DDOT’s digitized archive.


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Villa Tugendhat - Ludwig Mies Van der Rohe
Built in Brno, Czech Republic, this masterpiece by Mies Van der Rohe incorporated an open floor-plan and a stark, minimalist interior.  The original owners fled the country during the rise of the axis powers and never returned, leaving the house to the people of the country.  In 1992, the agreement which formally divided the Czech Republic from Slovakia was signed inside the building.

Villa Tugendhat - Ludwig Mies Van der Rohe

Built in Brno, Czech Republic, this masterpiece by Mies Van der Rohe incorporated an open floor-plan and a stark, minimalist interior.  The original owners fled the country during the rise of the axis powers and never returned, leaving the house to the people of the country.  In 1992, the agreement which formally divided the Czech Republic from Slovakia was signed inside the building.


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Highfield House Condominiums - Ludwig Mies Van der Rohe
Designed and built in 1964 in Baltimore, Maryland, the Highfield House building was designed for middle-class families in northern Baltimore city.  It its one of two Van der Rohe designed buildings in Baltimore (the other being “One Charles Center)

Highfield House Condominiums - Ludwig Mies Van der Rohe

Designed and built in 1964 in Baltimore, Maryland, the Highfield House building was designed for middle-class families in northern Baltimore city.  It its one of two Van der Rohe designed buildings in Baltimore (the other being “One Charles Center)


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One Charles Center - Ludwig Mies Van der Rohe
This 23-story office tower in the heart of downtown Baltimore’s central business district is the city’s first example of an “International Style” skyscraper.

One Charles Center - Ludwig Mies Van der Rohe

This 23-story office tower in the heart of downtown Baltimore’s central business district is the city’s first example of an “International Style” skyscraper.


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School of Social Service Administration (a.k.a. The Mies van der Rohe Building) - Ludwig Mies Van der Rohe

School of Social Service Administration (a.k.a. The Mies van der Rohe Building) - Ludwig Mies Van der Rohe


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MLK Jr. Library in Washington D.C. - Ludwig Mies Van der Rohe
Fun Fact: This building is the only Van der Rohe designed building in Washington D.C.

MLK Jr. Library in Washington D.C. - Ludwig Mies Van der Rohe

Fun Fact: This building is the only Van der Rohe designed building in Washington D.C.


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