5 December 2008
MIES VAN DER ROHE, Ludwig (1886-1969). Hubbe House, interior perspective, signed "Atelier Mies van der Rohe," and dated 1935.
214 x 298 mm. Pen-and-ink drawing on tracing paper, mounted on matt, framed.
An interior perspective for the Hubbe House, a project Mies van der Rohe designed to be built for Margarete Hubbe on an island in the Elbe River in Magdeburg, Germany. His projects in the United States include the Crown Hall for IIT in Chicago, and the Seagram Building.
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