Villa Tugenhdat, by Mies van der Rohe


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Submitted by Rivo Miles:

Tugendhat Villa – UNESCO World Heritage Site

Please accept an invitation to visit a 1:1 replica of the RL building – the Villa Tugenhdat, which is considered a masterpiece of a German-born American architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe.

The Villa Tugendhat, built in 1930 in Brno in today’s Czech Republic, is one of the most famous examples of functionalism.

Mies van den Rohe designed also all furniture in this house and pieces like Barcelona chair, Brno chair or Tugendhat chair have become icons of the ‘modern classical’ style and are still in production.

Rivo Miles

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