Most Influential Designer: Ludwig Mies Van Der Rohe

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Ludwig Mies van der Rohe was a German American architect that designed buildings and exhibitions, yet what made Ludwig different from other architectures is that he designed the furniture that was implicated in these structures. He was a designer in the 20th century and designed his products in the modern movement style. Ludwig was one of the most, if not the most influential designer during the 20th century period. He was one of the leading figures in the modern movement; he pushed this movement forward and created products that were highly desirable. He has always inspired designers in his time and now to create products in the modern movement, even though he designed over 80 years ago those products are still seen to have a modern look about …show more content…
10-10). After doing this Ludwig started to work with Riehls in projects and started to move in the intellectual groups of berlin. Through this he met his future wife Ada Bruhn and they went on to get married in 1913, sadly his marriage didn’t even last a decade. The “Born Ludwig Mies, after his divorce, he changed his name to Ludwig Mies van der Rohe” (Bauhaus et al., 2016). Another thing Ludwig did in 1913 was set up his own architecture office just before the war, however when the war started in 1914 Ludwig spent this time in a number of places such as Berlin, Frankfurt and Rumania. After the war ended he “formed close connections with Dada group in berlin and the circles of radical architects, though he remained essentially a solitary figure” (Cohen et al., 2009, pp.10-10). When he was with this group and back in berlin he designed two skyscrapers and this allowed him to become one of the leading figures in vanguard of architecture and created a name for himself as an excellent architecture. After completing his design the skyscrapers were build and finished in 1921. By 1922 Ludwig was a professional and in that

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