Walter Gropius

Walter Gropiusin full Walter Adolph Gropius (born May 18, 1883, Berlin, Ger.—diedJuly 5, 1969, Boston, Mass., U.S.), German American architect and educator who, particularly as director of the Bauhaus (1919–28), exerted a major influence on the development of modern architecture. His works, many executed in collaboration with other architects, included the school building and faculty housing at the Bauhaus (1925–26), the Harvard University Graduate Center, and the United StatesEmbassy in Athens.

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