Message - Re: Marcel Breuer most signifcant work

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Posted by  RSID on February 18, 2004 at 20:00:37:

In Reply to:  Marcel Breuer most signifcant work posted by Matthew Bedford on February 17, 2004 at 12:38:51:

well, the first work comes into my mind is his 'Wassily' chair, it is regarded as icons of the modern movement~ just like the Barcelona chair by Mies, but I guess that's not enough for writing 3000 words right~ hmmn, try to do some research about Bauhaus, cz I remember he was a student from there and also taught in there later.

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