Fb2 Marcel Breuer: Designer Und Architekt (Bauhaus Taschenbuch) (German Edition) ePub
by Marcel Breuer,Matthias Remmele,Lutz Schobe
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|Author:||Marcel Breuer,Matthias Remmele,Lutz Schobe|
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Marcel Breuer in the Wassily chair Marcel Breuer was a Hungarian designer and architect who moved with and beyond the Bauhaus school of design.
Marcel Breuer in the Wassily chair. Photo by Fine Art Images/Heritage Images/Hulton Archive Collection/Getty Images (crop). She is the author of two books on home decor and sustainable design and a collection of art-themed poetry. Updated July 03, 2019. Marcel Breuer was a Hungarian designer and architect who moved with and beyond the Bauhaus school of design. His steel tube furniture brought 20th century modernism to the masses, but his bold use of precast concrete enabled large, modern buildings to be built under budget. Background: Born: May 21, 1902 in Pécs, Hungary. Full Name: Marcel Lajos Breuer.
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The buildings that Marcel Breuer (1902-1981) designed and built during an era of exceptional architectural activity are .
The buildings that Marcel Breuer (1902-1981) designed and built during an era of exceptional architectural activity are of a number and a diversity of structure. Beginning as a furniture designer at the Bauhaus, Breuer widened his sights to include architecture in the 1920s and by mid-career, while teaching at Harvard's Graduate School of Design, was lauded for his buildings. Hyman persuasively argues for Breuer's eminence strictly as an architect.
Marcel Breuer received a scholarship to attend the Academy of Fine Arts . Vegesack, Alexander von & Mathias Remmele (2003): Marcel Breuer. Design und Architektur, Weil am Rhein. More articles on this topic.
Marcel Breuer received a scholarship to attend the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna in 1920. He switched to the Staatliches Bauhaus in Weimar the same year and attended Johannes Itten’s preliminary course. From 1920/21 to 1924, he studied at the carpentry workshop taught by Walter Gropius. Breuer continued to work as an interior designer and furniture designer (Piscator apartment) in Berlin. However, his many architecture projects were not realised. In 1933, Breuer moved his office to Budapest.
Marcel Lajos Breuer (/ˈbrɔɪ. r/ BROY-ər; 21 May 1902 – 1 July 1981), was a Hungarian-born modernist architect, and furniture designer
Marcel Lajos Breuer (/ˈbrɔɪ. r/ BROY-ər; 21 May 1902 – 1 July 1981), was a Hungarian-born modernist architect, and furniture designer. At the Bauhaus he designed the Wassily Chair and the Cesca Chair which is among the 10 most important chairs of the 20th century. Breuer extended the sculpture vocabulary he had developed in the carpentry shop at the Bauhaus into a personal architecture that made him one of the world's most popular architects at the peak of 20th-century design
The Bauhaus designer’s modern vision helped post-war . Breuer House I, New Canaan by Marcel Breuer . Staatliches Bauhaus, also known simply as Bauhaus, was a German art school operational from 1919 to 1933 that combined crafts and the fine arts.
The Bauhaus designer’s modern vision helped post-war American building see the future. Marcel Breuer’s Breuer House II, New Canaan, Connecticut, 1948 (via here). Designed and built in New Canaan, Connecticut in Marcel Breuer’s Modernist structure was radical in its dramatic cantilevered upper floor with a suspended balcony. It was famous for the approach to design that it.
Marcel Breuer is famous for his tubular steel furniture, yet his real interest was architecture. For our Bauhaus 100 series, marking 100 years of the influential school, we profile the Hungarian designer who championed a rational approach to design. For many, Breuer is immediately connected to the Model B3, also known as the Wassily Chair. This iconic tubular steel chair, inspired by bicycle frames and made with the latest in steel-bending technology, was given its nickname when it was reproduced by Italian manufacturer Gavina.
Marcel Breuer was attracted to the year-old Weimar Bauhaus by its . Breuer began his career as a furniture designer. Mathias Remmele: Again, and as with so much involving Breuer, that’s not something that is explicitly documented.
Marcel Breuer was attracted to the year-old Weimar Bauhaus by its idealistic program that promised new approaches to art and architecture away from the iconoclastic methods of the past. The then, 18-year-old from Pecs Hungary, demonstrated an extraordinary talent and energy in the Vorkus and workshops. He excelled in his carpentry studies at the Bauhaus, eventually heading the workshop.
With Marcel Breuer: Design & Architecture, Paris' Cité de l'architecture & du patrimoine inaugurates a new collaboration with the Vitra Design Museum, known for their monographic traveling exhibitions on the masters of the Modern Movement: Gerrit Rietveld, Rudolf Steiner, Ray and Charles.
With Marcel Breuer: Design & Architecture, Paris' Cité de l'architecture & du patrimoine inaugurates a new collaboration with the Vitra Design Museum, known for their monographic traveling exhibitions on the masters of the Modern Movement: Gerrit Rietveld, Rudolf Steiner, Ray and Charles Eames, Georges Nelson, and, of course, Le Corbusier.
Revealing Marcel Breuer's Masterpiece . Shop related products. Breuer also designed furniture for the Bauhaus masters' houses, and for the Berlin apartment of the theatre producer Erwin Piscator. When Gropius resigned from the Bauhaus in 1928, Breuer followed suit and set up as an architect in Berlin. Barred from the German architects' association because of his dearth of practical experience, he worked on renovations and more furniture. In 1931, Breuer closed his office to travel in Southern Europe, before returning to Budapest in another unsuccessful attempt at architecture.