Marcel Breuer (1902) architect

Marcel Breuer, born in Hungary, was an architect. From 1924 to 1928 he was a professor at the Bauhaus in Dessau. He was also one of the founders of CIAM (Congrès international modern architecture). In 1937 he became a professor at Harvard University after working in England and Switzerland. In the period between 1937 and 1940, Marcer Breuer was associated with Walter Gropius, together they built many houses and other buildings.

Main works
House for James Ford Lincoln, Mass (1939) along with Walter Gropius.
Model of a bungalow in the garden of the Museum of Modern Art.
Aluminum city (settlement) in New Kensingston, Pennsylvania (1944).
Group homes for workers in an aluminum company.
Houses in Connecticut.
UNESCO headquarters in Paris (1953) together with B. Zehrfuss and PL Nervi.
De Bijenkorf in Rotterdam (1954) designed with A. Alsace.

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