Marcel Breuer's Hooper House II in Baltimore, Maryland proves that wonderfully natural materials, like these flagstones used in the walls...
Chair (B33) Marcel Breuer (American, born Hungary. 1902–1981) 1927-28. Chrome-plated tubular steel with steel-thread seat and back, 32 15/16 x 19 5/16 x 25 3/8" (83.7 x 49 x 64.5 cm). Manufactured by Gebrüder Thonet A.G., Germany.
Marcel Breuer in LIFE 1966
Breuer, Cesca chair 1928
Marcel Breuer, Hamilton P. Smith | Whitney Museum of American Art
marcel breuer b9 table thonet bauhaus
Architecture as the art of molding light and shadow. Marcel Breuer's Armstrong Rubber Company in West Haven, Connecticut.
Hooper House / Marcel Breuer
Marcel Breur's chair (1928) reflects the universal appeal movement through its lack of 'decoration' and timeless appeal. The chair strictly follows its function and does not include elements which are not necessary for its purpose. This ideology complements my personal preferences regarding design, which is minimalistic and simple.