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Frank Lloyd Wright - one of my heroes.
Cutout people: famous architects - Ludwig-Mies-van-der-Rohe
Architectural diagram most likely composed in illustrator.
Famous architects - 3NTA
Door levers and handles by famous architects and designers.
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Famous architects - 3NTA
40 Most Famous Architects of the 21st Century - Archute
Beautiful Portraits Of Famous Architects, Comprised Using Their Signature Styles | The Creators Project
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Gerrit Rietveld (1888 - 1964 . Utrecht, The Netherlands) was a Dutch furniture designer and architect. One of the principal members of the Dutch artistic movement called De Stijl, Rietveld is famous for his Red and Blue Chair and for the Rietveld Schröder House, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In 1923, Walter Gropius invited Rietveld to exhibit at the Bauhaus. He designed his first building the Rietveld Schröder House, in 1924 in close collaboration with owner Truus Schröder-Schräder.
Inspired by the lettering used by famous architectural illustrator Marion Mahoney and her husband, architect Walter Burley Griffin, on drawings by one of the famous architects of the twentieth century, as well as the style of architectural lettering that was so popular and prevalent in the upper central United States at the turn of the twentieth century.
40 famous architects of the 21st century
Famous architects - 3NTA
Inkoo archipelago. This place is architect Heikki and Kaija Sirens own summerparadise. This famous architect couple build this place ih the 1960 for themselves and their four kids.
Award Winner Tiny Teahouse by Pietro Belluschi Has Famous Roots and Tons of Style! - In the 1940’s, a couple in Portland hired a famous architect, Pietro Belluschi, to build their home and to remodel the existing garden shed into a guest house with Japanese and Scandinavian minimalistic inspirations. The architect loved the end result so much that he bought the home several years later. We can’t blame him after seeing how perfect it is!