This exhibit, a series of newly-commissioned architectural photographs by Luisa Lambri and Bas Princen, focuses on four key public buildings designed by Marcel Breuer and how those buildings have changed over their history. The four buildings selected are the Headquarters of UNESCO (Paris, 1958); Saint Francis de Sales (Minneapolis, 1959); The Met Breuer (New York City, 1966); and the architect's hotel and ski resort in Flaine, Geneva (1968). For more information, please visit metmuseum.org.
The Met Breuer
945 Madison Ave.Manhattan, NY 10021
Inhabiting Marcel Breuer’s Architecture has already occurred