Master of modernism, Marcel Breuer spent a great deal of time working in the fields of modular construction, furniture design, and other endeavors. Before her death, Marcel Breuer's widow donated a large collection of his little-known architectural drawings and sketches to the Syracuse University Library. The institution already had a tremendous collection of Breuer's papers, and this selection of over 668 items represented quite a worthy addition. First-time visitors can read a brief overview of Breuer's work, and then they may go on to search through the collection by project. Visitors who might be unfamiliar with Breuer's work may wish to browse around for a bit in order to get their bearings. Overall, it's a fantastic collection, and architectural historians and others will find the archive quite useful and interesting.


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