Mies in Krefeld
A documentary by Christiane Lange and Helge Drafz
A film about the most important creative phase of the world-famous architect Mies van der Rohe in a new light: Nowhere are more of his groundbreaking buildings than in Krefeld.
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Mies On Scene
The Barcelona Pavilion, a masterpiece with which Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and Lilly Reich staged their revolutionary ideas in 1929, and changed the history of architecture. This building existed only for 8 months, but paradoxically its image always remained in the memory of architect generations and influenced them.
Dieter Reifarth addresses the mood of optimism between the two great world wars, the Nazi occupation, but also the expulsion and emigration of the Tugendhat family to Switzerland and Venezuela, the first post-war years in which the house served as a private dance school and the decades after that.