Marcel Breuer was a furniture designer and architect. Marcel Breuer was born in Pecs, Austria-Hungary in the year 1902. The artist is considered part of the modernist school.
Breuer was one of the youngest students that attended the Bauhaus.
One of the most popular items designed by Breuer include the Wassily chair. The chair consists of light steel tubes inspired by the handle bars found on a bicycle. In this clip the chair is explored in further detail:
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As an architect Breuer designed many buildings around the world including the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Marcel Breuer passed away in 1981, Breuer was 79 years old.
Breuer had a very modernist approach to what ever he designed.