Mies’ Resor House Talk and Libations at Robert Kleinschmidt’s Apartment
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Thursday, August 24, 2017
5:30 pm – Arrival – Hospitality Room, 860 N. Lake Shore Drive
6:00 pm – Lecture on the Resor Home by Philip Peters
6:30 pm – Reception hosted by Interior Architect, Robert Kleinschmidt
Mies came to the United States in 1938 at the invitation of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Resor to give them a proposal for a home in Wyoming. Conceived as a floating, self-contained cage, this would have been Mies’ first completed building in the U.S. but, unfortunately, never came to fruition. The famed Farnsworth House is a simpler interpretation of the Resor home design. Shortly after, Mies joined the Armour Institute – later known as Illinois Institute of Technology – as Director of the Department of Architecture. Peters has created an impressive video of the creation of the Resor Home and has frequently lectured on the subject.
$25.00 per person
RSVP by August 17.
Public parking available at 260 or 222 East Chestnut, Chicago or CTA Bus #157. Reservations limited. For further information please call 312.266.8729.