Mies in Berlin

In 1963, ludwig Mies van der Rohe told an interviewer: 'My main work is the planning of buildings: I have never written or spoken much.' Paradoxically, there is a total of more than 1000 pages in these two handsome books, published to accompany exhibitions presented earlier this year in New ...

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