- Breuer, Marcel
- ► (1902-81) Arquitecto húngaro, alumno y profesor de la Bauhaus. Ideó la casa binuclear (zona de noche, zona de día, separadas por el vestíbulo de entrada), y realizó el edificio de la UNESCO (París).
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BREUER, MARCEL — (1902–1981), architecture and furniture designer. Breuer was born in Pécs, a city in southwest Hungary. In 1920, after high school, he won a scholarship to the Vienna Academy of Fine Art. Disliking the Academy, he went to work for an architect… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
BREUER, Marcel — (1902 1981) Born in Hungary, Marcel Breuer first trained at the famous Bauhaus School of Design in Germany and worked with the German modernist architect Walter Gropius. Known as one of the founders of modernism in both architecture and… … Historical Dictionary of Architecture
Breuer, Marcel — ▪ Hungarian architect in full Marcel Lajos Breuer born May 21, 1902, Pécs, Hung. died July 1, 1981, New York City architect and designer, one of the most influential exponents of the International Style; he was concerned with applying new … Universalium
Breuer, Marcel — (1902 1981) furniture designer; best known for his Breuer Chair. A native of Pecs, Hungary, he came to Weimar in 1920 to study design at the Bauhaus.* When the school moved to Dessau in 1925, he went along as the master in charge of the… … Historical dictionary of Weimar Republik
Breuer, Marcel — pseud. di Breuer, Lajos … Sinonimi e Contrari. Terza edizione
Breuer, Marcel — (1902–1981) Hungarian born American architect and designer … Bryson’s dictionary for writers and editors
Breuer, Marcel (Lajos) — (21 may. 1902, Pécs, Hungría–1 jul. 1981, Nueva York, N.Y., EE.UU.). Arquitecto y diseñador de muebles estadounidense de origen húngaro. Estudió y posteriormente enseñó en la Bauhaus (1920–28), donde en 1925 inventó la famosa silla de acero… … Enciclopedia Universal
Breuer,Marcel Lajos — Breu·er (broiʹər), 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. * * * … Universalium
Breuer, Marcel (Lajos) — born May 21, 1902, Pécs, Hung. died July 1, 1981, New York, N.Y., U.S. Hungarian U.S. architect and furniture designer. He studied and then taught at the Bauhaus (1920–28), where in 1925 he invented the famous tubular steel chair. He moved to… … Universalium
Breuer — Breuer, Marcel … Enciclopedia Universal