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Curbed Seattle: Pedigreed Midcentury Modern in Seattle Won 'Home of the Year' in 1964


Ibsen Andreas Nelsen was a prominent figure in Northwest architecture in the midcentury, best known for designing the Museum of Flight and the Inn at the Market.

Mighty Mies: The Strange Tale of How Mies' Design for a Bacardi HQ in Cuba Turned into Berlin's Iconic Neue Nationalgalerie


Photo by Achim Kleuker via Stone Ideas The Neue Nationalgalerie in Berlin, long considered to be Ludwig Mies van der Rohe's final masterpiece, opened in 1968 on a barren stretch of land not far from the border checkpoints of the Berlin Wall, which was just seven years old at that point.

Mighty Mies : Mapping Mies van der Rohe's Most Important Buildings


Photo via IIT/Flickr An influential early modernist, one time director of the Bauhaus, and developer of the International Style, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe would have turned 129 today, had he not passed away in 1969, of course.

Curbed NY: Serene Starchitect Tadao Ando Enters Manhattan's Glassy Condo Scene


Of the new developments coming to New York City, one of the most closely watched is Pritzker Prize-winning architect Tadao Ando's first ever standalone building in New York City, a seven-story building with just seven condos at 152 Elizabeth Street in Nolita.

Exhibitions: Get to Know Dan Kiley, the Designer Behind America's Best Modernist Landscape Works


Kiley Garden in Tampa, FL—Photo by Maria Bevilacqua and Frederick Pirone, 2013, courtesy The Cultural Landscape Foundation In a career spanning much of the 20th century, late American landscape architect Dan Kiley designed over 1,000 projects all over the U.S., including the grounds of the Gateway Arch in St.

House of the Day : Claim an Adorably Compact NorCal Contemporary for $599K


Have a nomination for a jaw-dropping listing that would make a mighty fine House of the Day? Get thee to the tipline and send us your suggestions.

Exhibitions: Get to Know Dan Kiley, the Designer Behind America's Best Modernist Landscape Works


Kiley Garden in Tampa, FL—Photo by Maria Bevilacqua and Frederick Pirone, 2013, courtesy The Cultural Landscape Foundation In a career spanning much of the 20th century, late American landscape architect Dan Kiley designed over 1,000 projects all over the U.S., including the greenery around the Gateway Arch in St.

Curbed Chicago: Mies Makes a Case for Preserving Modernism's Glass-and-Steel Boxes


[Photo: Chicago Architectural Foundation]The maxim "less is more" has become synonymous with Mies van der Rohe's design approach, shorthand for the power of focusing on the pertinent details and the experience within a space.

Curbed NY: The Rise of Mies van der Rohe's Iconic Seagram Building in Archival Photos


[Images via Yale University Press, full credits to follow.] The Seagram Building is an icon in the New York City horizon and one of the most notable of creations of Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, a founding father of modern architecture who on this day would celebrate his 129th birthday.

Retail Therapy: Heaven is this Minimalist Chocolate Shop in Tokyo


Photos by Daici Ano via Morfae Tokyo is now home to the world's most calming, minimalist chocolate shop.

Exhibitions: Get to Know Dan Kiley, the Designer Behind America's Best Modernist Landscape Works


Kiley Garden in Tampa, FL—Photo by Maria Bevilacqua and Frederick Pirone, 2013, courtesy The Cultural Landscape Foundation In a career spanning much of the 20th century, late American landscape architect Dan Kiley designed over 1,000 projects all over the U.S., including the greenery around the Gateway Arch in St.

Curbed Miami: Peek Inside the 2015 Version of Al Capone's Miami Party Pad


[All photos courtesy MB America] In case you've ever wanted to see what it's like inside a notorious gangster's home, you will be happy to learn that the interiors of Al Capone's 1922 Mediterranean Revival estate on Palm Island are prepped and camera ready for the next booty-poppin' Rick Ross music video or riveting Telemundo novela.

Exhibitions: Get to Know Dan Kiley, the Designer Behind America's Best Modernist Landscape Works


Kiley Garden in Tampa, FL—Photo by Maria Bevilacqua and Frederick Pirone, 2013, courtesy The Cultural Landscape Foundation In a career spanning much of the 20th century, late American landscape architect Dan Kiley designed over 1,000 projects all over the U.S., including the greenery around the Gateway Arch in St.

Curbed Chicago: Less is More: Mapping Mies van der Rohe's Career in Chicago


[Photo: Hedrich Blessing/IIT] When Ludwig Mies van der Rohe left his native Germany for Chicago in 1938, the world of modern architecture was forever changed.

Mighty Mies: Punk Ode to Mies Van Der Rohe Is Exactly What It Sounds Like


Quell your fangirl squeals: here is the Mies van der Rohe post-punk song that no one ever asked for, but that the internet gave us anyway.

Curbed Chicago: Here's How to Decorate Your Bertrand Goldberg Pad in Chicago


In the residential real estate world, there's perhaps nothing more disappointing than seeing a modernist gem receive a makeover that erases all the charm that made a particular home so special in the first place.

Curbed SF: This Total Disaster in San Francisco Just Sold for $1.2M


In late February, a very run-down four-bedroom house in San Francisco's Outer Sunset neighborhood listed for $799,000.

Curbed DC: Remembering Mies van der Rohe's Influence on DC via Iconic MLK Library


With steel and glass, German-born architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe helped define modern architecture by using a "less is more" approach.

Competitions: The Remotest Inhabited Island in the World Wants an Upgrade


Photos via Sometimes Interesting Tristan da Cunha is the most isolated inhabited island in the world.

Mighty Mies: Pop Punk Ode to Mies Van Der Rohe Is Just What It Sounds Like


Quell your fangirl squeals: here is the Mies van der Rohe pop punk song that no one ever asked for, but that the internet gave us anyway.


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