József Fischer: Bresztovszky villa, Budapest, II. District. Csatárka street 4/a family home 1931-32 (destroyed) The Bresztovszky villa at Csatárka street was Fischer's cube house. It's composition could have been the envy not only of Kassák but Mondrian as well. Joseph Fischer was understandably devastated later, seeing that this early major work was destroyed immediately after the second world war, with a tent roof built over it and it's white walls covered with ivy.
Dávid-Villa by Dávid Károly BUDAPEST, XI. SOMLÓI ÚT 76
Walter Gropius, Maison , Bahaus de Dessau, 1925-26
Lauber és Nyíri // Kékgolyó u.
Streamline applies to architecture as well, especially when associated to transportation, as in Greyhound bus stations from the 1940s and 50s. 1940s Greyhound Station, Blytheville, Arkansas
lajos kozma - atrium house, margit boulevard, budapest, 1934