Mies van der Rohe
Referred to normally as "Mies", Ludwig Mies van der Rohe was a main draftsman all through the 20th century and a trailblazer of the pioneer design development. While his acclaim in engineering is notable, his vocation really started as a furniture architect. It was just not long after that his ability for design was perceived, and keeping in mind that the First World War intruded on his youngster profession, van der Rohe would make many memorable and special developments throughout the following fifty years.
Maybe it was that short time frame in his first work that affected him, yet van der Rohe had an affinity for planning present-day furniture alongside his structural marvels. For instance, his series of furniture that went with the Barcelona Pavilion for the 1929 International Expo (additionally planned by him) is particularly conspicuous.