Less is more Only the geniuses are able to fit the majesty of the nature in a small space. The Barcelona Pavilion represents the essence of the Minimalism in a unique construction.
The Barcelona Pavilion, also known as the German Pavilion, is an emblematic building designed by the German architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. It was built for the 1929 Barcelona International Exposition and is considered one of the most important works of modern architecture of the 20th century.
The Barcelona Pavilion is a minimalist and elegant construction that combines noble materials such as travertine marble, steel and glass. The building is characterized by its formal simplicity, with an open plan and no interior divisions, and by its openness to the natural environment, as it is surrounded by a pond and a garden.
A place of reference for architects and students from all over the world, who visit the building to study its innovative design and its ability to integrate architecture and landscape into a single work of art.