Hannes Meyer
Basel (Switzerland) , 18.11.1889 - Lugano (Switzerland) , 19.07.1954
Hannes Meyer was a Swiss architect, an exponent of the more politicized and functionalist wing of the Modern Movement. He was director of the Bauhaus and is best remembered for the design of the Petersschule in Basel and the design for the competition for the League of Nations headquarters in Geneva.