Core house , 1950
LUDWIG VAN DER ROHE
This piece of architecture has those characteristics as well, but has something else to it: The automobile, whose movement seems to define the space.
The house presents itself as a fortress enclosed within four walls, doing everything to keep its secrets. But as soon as the user enters the house, it opens up and shows its true character, and the enclosed walls turn into a space with unparalleled fluidity and fredoom. During the 50s, there was a raging need to provide housing