Hungarian designer Marcel Lajos Breuer might be recognised for designing UNESCO’s headquarters in Paris in 1953, but younger crowd left a long-lasting affect on interior design. One of his most significant projects was his innovative 1926 steel club armchair. Now renamed the Wassily chair after Russian artist Wassily Kandinsky. It was hailed a breakthrough in interior planning. After spending amount of time in Europe and London, after which moving to America, Breuer dedicated the majority of his later career to architectural projects. He was occasionally involved with designing furniture for important cultural buildings like the Museum of Modern Art in New York, but received more recognition being an architect than being an interior designer.