4 edition of EERO SAARINEN. found in the catalog.
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Africa remix: contemporary art of a continent. Exhibition, Hayward Gallery, London, 10 February - 17 April 2005
Thus Saarinen's chapel demonstrates his mastery of designing intimate spiritual spaces along with massive projects like the Gateway Arch and the GM Technical Center, EERO SAARINEN. his great airport terminals at JFK and Dulles. The bases of Saarinen Tables, like the coordinating Tulip Chairs, are made of cast aluminum, finished in black, white or platinum.
Quite astutely, Architectural Forum proclaimed it an "Industrial Versailles" upon its completion in 1956, as the campus exudes the same sense of man's ability to order and partition the landscape to his will with modern technology, just as Versailles exuded the new mastery of landscape and natural space during the era of the Scientific Revolution in the late 1600s.
"My grandfather's life was so inspired. Versions exist with arms and without, and they can be stationary or swivel.
List of Eero Saarinen buildings, listed alphabetically with photos when available. "Eliel is like the rock, the beginnings of modern architecture," he said, noting that he was unusual "in treating each building as a separate design, and not ever copying himself. The interior of the MIT Chapel echoes the kind of quiet, serene brick-enclosed modern assembly spaces created in Finland by Saarinen's compatriot EERO SAARINEN.
Aalto at nearly the same time, which welcome warmth and comfort needed during the snowy Scandinavian winters, appropriate for promoting a reassuring sense of community. Eero Saarinen was, along with Louis Kahn, one of the two great European emigres who would become titans of midcentury American architecture. Both were born in areas around EERO SAARINEN. Baltic Sea that, at the time of their births, were technically part of Russia, though Saarinen's family was decidedly Finnish Finland became independent of Russia during the 1917 Russian Revolutionand both immigrated to the United States as children.
The papers of Aline and Eero Saarinen, from 1906 to 1977, were donated EERO SAARINEN. 1973 to theSmithsonian Institution by Charles Alan, 's brother and executor of her estate. But when Eric was first contacted, he wanted nothing to do with the project. The shapes were deliberately chosen in order to emphasize an upward-soaring quality of line. Major funding for American Masters — Eero Saarinen: The Architect Who Saw the Future is provided by the A.
He died of a brain tumor in 1961 at the age of 51, and is buried in Michigan.
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