Mies van der Rohe (2007)

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References:
[1] Cammie McAtlee. “Alien #5044325; Mies’s first trip to America.” In Phyllis Lambert (Ed.), Mies in America. (Montréal / New York, CCA and the Whitney Museum of American Art, 2001).

[2] Vivian Endicott Barnett. “The Architect as Art Collector”. In Phyllis Lambert (Ed.), Mies in America. (Montréal / New York, CCA and the Whitney Museum of American Art, 2001), p. 109.

[3] Barnett, Ibid, p. 109.

[4] Robin Evans. “Mies’s Paradoxical Symmetries”. AAfiles, 19, (London, Spring, 1990), pp. 56-58.

[5] Cammie McAtlee. “Alien #5044325; Mies’s first trip to America.” In Phyllis Lambert (Ed.), Mies in America. (Montréal / New York, CCA and the Whitney Museum of American Art, 2001), p. 157.

[6] Phyllis Lambert. “Space and Structure”. In Phyllis Lambert (Ed.), Mies in America (Montréal / New York, CCA and the Whitney Museum of American Art, 2001), pp. 332-521.

[7] Lambert, Ibid, p. 425.

[8] Peter Carter. “Education of Architects”. In Mies van der Rohe at Work. (London, Phaidon, 1999, reprint of 1974), pp. 159-169.

[9] Alison Sky, Michelle Stone. Unbuilt America: Forgotten Architecture in the United States from Thomas Jefferson to the Space Age. (New York, McGraw Hill, 1976), p. 170.

[10] Richard Sennett. “Democratic Space”. In hunch, 9, (Rotterdam, episode publishers, 2005), p. 41.

[11] George Baird. “Looking for the Public” in Mies van der Rohe’s concept for the Toronto-Dominion Centre, Detlef Mertins (Ed.), The Presence of Mies, (Princeton, NJ, Princeton Architectural Press, 1994), pp. 160-1.

Mies van der Rohe: 1 | References: 2