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Riehl House

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Potsdam, Germany
Year completed
1907
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Description


The Riehl House was Mies' first building. He was twenty-one at the time and was working for Bruno Paul. Here, Mies reiterates much of Paul's classical German style with an austere stucco exterior and a pronounced roof that emphasizes the idea of shelter and home. The interior space pulled inspiration from English cottages and Japanese architecture, in addition to Paul. Mies van der Rohe Society

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