As a representative of the Bauhaus, Mies brought ideas that could not be realized in the Nazis to the United States to promote vigorously.
When the Bauhaus emerged, he advocated starting from scratch, spurned all the capitalists' hypocritical red tape, and removed unnecessary decorations and unnecessary metaphors. When they build houses, simplicity and simplicity are the highest principles. Buildings should follow its functions and building materials to naturally present themselves, or determine functions according to the needs of users. After the functions are determined, the appearance naturally emerges. Of course, while removing unnecessary decorations, unnecessary costs can also be saved.