Barcelona Pavilion (page 2 of 2)

Ludwig Mies van der Rohe
1928-29; demolished 1930; rebuilt 1986




Views of the interior

Mies also designed the chairs (the so-called "Barcelona chair") and stools
 

Georg Kolbe, Sunrise, 1925

Special thanks to Ludwig Abache for sending me the information about this sculpture.
 

Left: the interior looking toward the small building on the left half; right: view from the rear of the Pavilion

 

This row and below: views from the rear of the building; below, right: the far right corner of the Pavilion

 


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Other buildings on this site by Mies include: Dirksen Building, Illinois Institute of Technology buildings (including Crown Hall and the Chapel), Mellon Hall of Science (Duquesne University), One Illinois Center, and the Seagram Building.

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