Ludwig Mies van der Rohe: I Don’t Want To Be Interesting, I Want To Be Good

PD Mies talk

Seagram Building, Park Avenue, New York © Peter Murray

Mies van der Rohe (1886-1969), one of the pioneering masters of 20th century architecture, talks about his education and background, his time at the Bauhaus, his relationship with Peter Behrens and approach to architecture. The images that illustrate the interview are of the Seagram Building, one of his most seminal buildings, designed in 1958.

This talk was recorded in 1955.

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