4 Modernist Corners define the character of many of the prismatic office buildings by Mies van der Rohe. This iconic corner is often viewed as the object, but instead it is merely the elastic end points to the buildings themselves which are formed with a 20’ structural bay divided into 4 parts. Two Mies van der Rohe buildings were built starting around 1959 that use a nearly identical structure, but merely extend the bay. These Mies towers are elastic and nomadic. Elastic, they change length depending on their program requirements and site. Nomadic, they occupy different sites without changes. For the Next Home exhibition in Seoul we proposed a single bay Mies tower that can fit into the small city lots and the steep mountain sites.