As promised from my review of Mies van der Rohe by Claire Zimmerman: Some of Mies' key projects.
[Side note: I'm getting a lot of hits on this post, probably because the post title includes the words "miserable truth". I used the words "miserable truth" because of the roots of his name (mies ~ miserable, rohe ~ truth) and because some (I'm not one of them...) consider modern architecture (of which "truth" and "honesty" is important) miserable. Enjoy!]
The first date is the design date; the second date is the construction completion date.
These first five are from Mies' "Five Projects" period, none of them built.
1921: Friedrichstrasse (unbuilt)
1923: Concrete office building (unbuilt)
1923: Concrete country house (unbuilt)
1924: Brick country house (unbuilt) The floorplan is iconic in architectural circles.
1925-1927: Wolf House
1925-1927: The Dwelling (Stuttgart, Germany)
1927-1930: Lange and Esters Houses (Krefield, Germany)
1928-1929: Barcelona Pavilion (Barcelona, Spain)
1945-1951: Farnsworth House (Plano, Illinois)
1954-1958: Seagram Building (New York, New York)
1962-1968: New National Gallery (Berlin, Germany)