Mies van der Rohe : Crown Hall : Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, the Department of Architecture
In 1952-1953 Mies van der Rohe's continual search for a clear expression of structure reached its pinnacle as the Crown Hall in Chicago, a spectacular building constructed out of steel and glass, it has no interior supports and the roof is suspended from four steel girders.
Print Book, German, ©2001
Birkhäuser, Basel, ©2001
Criticism, interpretation, etc
83 pages : illustrations, plans ; 23 cm
In German and English