for breuer fans only.
On Friday, we celebrated Walter Gropius' birthday with his house in Lincoln, Massachusetts. Funny enough, Gropius' partner and protégé, Marcel Breuer, was born just a couple of days after his Bauhaus mentor (May 21). And if you've been following claass HAUS for any amount of time (if not thanks for joining us), you know that I have a pretty insatiable appetite for all things Breuer. In fact, the Hungarian-born, AIA Gold Medal-winning icon appears in more of my posts than any other architect (take that Frank Lloyd Wright).
So in honor of my favorite maker of modernist boxes and concrete brutes, here's a rundown (with links!) of every Breuer-related post.
midMOD monday: stillman house i
A seminal piece of Modernist design, this 1951 icon broke the shackles of domestic tradition.
breuer & beckhard's beachfront box
Beach. Bauhaus. Box. Enough said.
breuer in south carolina
One of the architect's final designs and a real concrete monster.
the kniffin house
Designed with Eliot Noyes, the Kniffin House was a realization of Breuer's House in the Garden.
This architectural historian cannot stop thinking about buildings, food, and that vintage rug she found online.