An important book on the work of Mies van der Rohe, focusing on the architecture of this 20th Century icon of design. Published in 1994 in conjunction with the Whitney Library of Design and printed by Watson-Guptil Publications in New York, by Werner Blaser. Consisting of 240 pages, with numerous black and white photographs, plans, architectural drawings and sketches, this is an informative and sleek volume celebrating a man who helped define and influence modernism. In excellent condition, the dust jacked has a tear in the spine that has been taped, and the rest of the book is crisp and clean. A beautiful book for anyone interested in Architecture, Bauhaus, and fine modernist design.