Posts Tagged ‘Mies Society’

We are delighted to present our new website. Check it out! The site houses exclusive information about Mies’ influence and his work. Detailed building “biographies” feature sketches, models, and 3-D renderings of modernism’s most important structures. Gorgeous, immersive photography showcases the buildings Mies designed as well as portraits of the architect himself. In addition to […]


In a few more days, we’ll be launching our new website designed by Scott Thomas, a.k.a. SimpleScott. Thomas began his studies in architecture and went on to pursue graphic design and Web development—eventually becoming the design director of the historic Barack Obama presidential campaign. He’s got a Miesian take on Web design: to continually simplify […]


The Mies Society can’t wait to unveil our latest project: a brand-new website designed by Scott Thomas, author of Designing Obama. In addition to tracking progress on our restoration efforts, visitors will be able to take a look at the contents of Mies’ bookshelf. And as a new resource for all things Mies, the site […]


Mies van der Rohe Society members and IIT alumni are invited to a motor coach tour of the noteworthy architecture of Beverly Shores, Indiana. In addition to homes designed by Harold Olin and other IIT alumni, the tour includes exteriors of houses that were built for the 1933 Chicago World’s Fair and relocated to the […]