Less is more is an aphorism often associated with the German-American architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. He might be better known as the last director of the Bauhaus, the famous school of modern architecture in Germany in the interwar period. But before emigrating to the United States, Mies left an indelible mark in the heart of Moravia: the Villa Tugendhat in Brno.
Imagine it´s 1929. Makin´ Whoopie by Eddie Cantor is played by radio stations all over America and becomes arguably the biggest hit of the year. In Atlanta, Georgia, the United States, a Martin Luther King Jr. is born, writer Erich Maria Remarque publishes All Quiet on the Western Front and the book becomes an instant bestseller.