Infographic: Celebrating Mies van der Rohe
Design by Nature - Antoni Gaudí
Influential architects, pt.10 | Coop Himmelblau
An architectural office out of Vienna Austria was and is on the cutting edge of a style of architecture call deconstructivism. Find out why and how they relate to Frank Gehry and one of the most influential pieces of architecture of all time.
Influential architects, pt.9 | Tadao Ando
See why Tadao Ando does more with less than any other architect in the world…
Influential architects, pt.8 | Antoni Gaudi
Antoni Gaudi made it possible for the architects of today to think beyond straight lines. See why…
Influential architects, pt.7 | Frank Lloyd Wright
Frank Lloyd Wright is an incredibly influential architect because his work was so original, holistic, creative and varied. See some examples and learn what about his work was so unusual…
Influential architects, pt.6 | Frank Furness
See why Frank Furness is also considered to be a mannerist architect that made the victorian architectural style his own.
Influential architects, pt.5 | Le Corbusier
See why Le Corbusier was one of the most influential architects of our time from just 50 years ago. His work challenged form and function for centuries to come.
Influential architects, pt.4 | Etienne Louis Boullee
Learn why Etienne Louis Boullee’s work was really the beginning of architectural modernism as we know it today.
Inspirational architects, pt.3 | Andrea Palladio
Andrea Palladio’s work synthesized classicism, aesthetic precision and clarity. Find out why he’s one of the most influential architects of all time.
Influential architects, pt.2 | Shin Takamatsu
Learn how Shin Takamatsu’s work is a lot like Baroque architecture after the Renaissance. His work is unusual, inventive, expressive and essentially an example of modern day Japanese mannerism.
Influential architects, pt.1 | Mies van der Rohe
Learn why the August 2010 Vanity Fair issue, with Angelina Jolie on the cover, inspired Doug to do a series on Influential architects. This video is about Mies van der Rohe.