Living with MIES
Architectural Portraits: Inside vs Outside / Private vs Public Moving from the specular and spectacular reflections presented in her previous publication The MIES Project in which she presents a series of remarkable architectural portraits, Arina Daehnick’s new collection of photographs explores how individuals experience the interior spaces of Mies-designed buildings within their day-to-day lives. In her Living with MIES Daehnick presents photographs alongside brief texts by a range of individuals who either live or work in a series of different types of spaces (whether apartments, houses, offices, or museums). This new collection of photographs brings the reader into a more intimate dimension of “living” within the world of modern architecture and design.
Michelangelo Sabatino, PhD
Professor of Architectural History and Cultural Heritage
Director PhD Program
Inaugural John Vinci Distinguished Research Fellow