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Music (in tonic sol-fa) the third degree of any major scale; mediant

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    Among the highlights will be loans from the Mies van der Rohe archive at the Museum of Modern Art, including three drawings of the McCormick House that have never been exhibited.
    In collaboration with its parent company MHI, MIES will provide certain EPC (Engineering, Procurement and Construction) services on projects.
    Como queda claro, para Mies la forma debe ser siempre un resultado del proceso constructivo, no un objetivo previo al que se adapte la construccion.
    MIES is being planned to perform a wide range of activities as a business development base for MHI's Shipbuilding & Ocean Development, Air-Conditioning & Refrigeration Systems, and Power Systems businesses.
    While it is easier to relate to the lighter, feminist patch of the exhibition rather than to an abstruse rivalry between Mies and Taut, the actual experience of McElheny's brainiac work is astonishing when one realizes how much is achieved through glassblowing alone.
    Mies died at 83; Wright at 91; Johnson is now a vigorous 96.
    These preoccupations also seem to resonate in the installation of the exhibition Mies in America that opened on October 17 at the Canadian Centre for Architecture in Montreal.
    The American work of Mies is well known to both admirers and critics of modern architecture.
    The Whitney's "Mies in America" presents some 220 drawings by Mies and members of his office; 60 photographs of Mies, his colleagues and his projects, and models of four key buildings: Resor House in Jackson Hole, the Convention Hall in Chicago, the Seagram Building in New York and the New National Gallery in Berlin.