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Breu·er

 (broi′ər), Marcel Lajos 1902-1981.
Hungarian-born American architect and furniture designer who was associated with the Bauhaus in the 1920s. He is known for his chairs with tubular steel frames.

Breuer

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1. (Biography) Josef (ˈjoːzɛf). 1842–1925, Austrian physician: treated the mentally ill by hypnosis
2. (Biography) Marcel Lajos (mɑːˈsɛl ˈlɔjoʃ). 1902–81, US architect and furniture designer, born in Hungary. He developed bent plywood and tubular metal furniture and designed the UNESCO building in Paris (1953–58)

Breu•er

(ˈbrɔɪ ər)

n.
Marcel Lajos, 1902–81, Hungarian architect and furniture designer, in the U.S. after 1937.
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