The Barcelona Pavilion Designed By Mies van der Rohe       The German pavilion at the 1929 World's Fair in Barcelona, commonly referred to simply as the German Pavilion in Barcelona, Spain, is part of the German pavilion at the 1929 World's Fair designed by Mies van der Rohe. It is also the site of the opening of the German section of the World's Fair. The German pavilion is a milestone in the history of modernist architecture because of its pure space, concise architectural language and rich materials. Looking at this building today, you may be familiar with its lines, form and design. But when it was first built in 1929, there was an attempt to look at it from an outsider's point of view -- it was a completely unique building, a movement that began a modern architecture.The Barcelona Pavilion Designed By Mies van der RoheThe Barcelona Pavilion Designed By Mies van der RoheThe Barcelona Pavilion Designed By Mies van der RoheThe Barcelona Pavilion Designed By Mies van der RoheThe Barcelona Pavilion Designed By Mies van der RoheThe Barcelona Pavilion Designed By Mies van der RoheThe Barcelona Pavilion Designed By Mies van der RoheThe Barcelona Pavilion Designed By Mies van der RoheThe Barcelona Pavilion Designed By Mies van der RoheThe Barcelona Pavilion Designed By Mies van der RoheThe Barcelona Pavilion Designed By Mies van der RoheThe Barcelona Pavilion Designed By Mies van der RoheThe Barcelona Pavilion Designed By Mies van der RoheThe Barcelona Pavilion Designed By Mies van der RoheThe Barcelona Pavilion Designed By Mies van der RoheThe Barcelona Pavilion Designed By Mies van der RoheThe Barcelona Pavilion Designed By Mies van der RoheThe Barcelona Pavilion Designed By Mies van der Rohe

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