mies van der rohe’s german pavilion in barcelona is one of the most influential modernist buildings of the 20th century, argues jonathan glancey. the roof a thin plane of concrete render
the barcelona pavilion is an exact replica of the pavilion that represented the progressive and democratic germany of the weimar republic at the 1929 barcelona international exposition.the pavilion is considered to be one of the four canonical pieces of the modern architecture movement, along with the bauhaus building by walter gropius, villa savoye by le corbusier and fallingwater by frank
the asymmetrical qualities of the barcelona pavilion stand out in stark contrast to its surroundings. after rejecting several sites, the final selection by mies van der rohe was located at the termination of the plaza, directly opposite of spain’s own national pavilion.
by raising the pavilion on a plinth in conjunction with the narrow profile of the site, the barcelona pavilion has a low horizontal orientation that is accentuated by the low flat roof that
rebuilt in 1983 in the same location as in 1929, the barcelona pavilion stands on a narrow site, hidden from view in the catalonia street of av de ruis i taulet, away from the bustling streets of the city.
completed in 1929 in spain. as part of the1929 international exposition in barcelona spain, the barcelona pavilion, designed by mies van der rohe, was the display of
visitors test the new 'oculus vr' virtual device at the samsung stand during the mobile world congress in barcelona on february 22, 2016, the first day of the world's biggest mobile fair.
the german pavilion in barcelona the roof is supported by steel columns, covered in chrome to give them a more elegant look. the roof is a thin metal and concrete slab, covered with plaster
the barcelona pavilion has a low horizontal orientation that is accentuated with too low flat roof that seems to float both inside and outside. this character is reinforced by the large overhang of the roof and the lightness of the steel columns that relate these levels and create an effect of weightlessness.
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the barcelona pavilion (catalan: pavelló alemany; spanish: pabellón alemán; "german pavilion"), designed by ludwig mies van der rohe and lilly reich, was the german pavilion for the 1929 international exposition in barcelona, spain. this building was used for the official opening of the german section of the exhibition. it is an important building in the history of modern architecture