Breuer House I – Lincoln
categorie(s) : House
Tag(s) : 1939 | 30's | Bauhaus | Modernism
Region : Massachusetts, United States
Architect(s) : Breuer Marcel
Town : Lincoln
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“When stone is used in a wall, the aim is not to evoke some notion of rock, but to build a clear-cut slab—made of stone because stone is a good and durable and texturally pleasant material,… It should be clear that this is a wall built by a mason, executing drawings with dimensions and a given geometry; it is not a grotto or part of a romantic anachronism.
“The structure is simultaneously developed with the plan. The thinking about form and detail is all part of the same process: the design. I am as much interested in the smallest detail as in the whole structure.”
— Marcel Breuer. from Cranston Jones, captions and introduction.
source : http://www.greatbuildings.com/buildings/Breuer_House_I.htmlinfo localisation :Lincoln, Massachusetts, 01773, US