Farnsworth House – A glass pavilion raised on stilts six feet above a floodplain on the Fox River west of Chicago. Was a weekend retreat for professional women; now it’s a museum.
Seagram Building – The New York headquarters of the liquor company, most noteworthy for the fact that it was set back from the property line to create a forecourt on Park Avenue.
860-880 N. Lake Shore Drive – A 26-story apartment building in Chicago featuring van der Rohe’s clean, dark lines and glass exterior walls.
National Gallery, Berlin – This was van der Rohe’s last building. It features the cantilevered roof that was van der Rohe’s signature, over a glass-enclosed exhibit space.