Mies van der Rohe
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Mies van der Ro·he(mēz′ văn dər rō′ə, rō′, fän, mēs′), Ludwig 1886-1969.
German-born American architect considered a founder of the International Style. His steel-frame and glass buildings include the Seagram Building in New York City (1958) and the Chicago Federal Center (1964-1975).
Mies′i·an (mē′sē-ən) adj.
Mies van der Rohe(ˈmiːz væn də ˈrəʊə)
(Biography) Ludwig. 1886–1969, US architect, born in Germany. He directed the Bauhaus (1929–33) and developed a functional style, characterized by geometrical design. His works include the Seagram building, New York (1958)
Mies van der Ro•he(ˈmiz væn dər ˈroʊ ə, fɑn, ˈmis)
Ludwig, 1886–1969, U.S. architect, born in Germany.
Mies′i•an, adj., n.