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Bertrand Goldberg


Bertrand Goldberg specialized in unique forms built from common materials and created some of the most iconic buildings in Chicago. After finishing high school, he traveled to Germany in 1932 to study architecture at the Bauhaus. While there he worked under director Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. Goldberg appreciated Mies' design principles but took them in a new direction when he returned to his hometown of Chicago to open his own firm in 1937.