GERMAN PAVILION cuff links
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Ludwig Mies van der Rohe
As part of the1929 International Exposition in Barcelona Spain, the Barcelona Pavilion, designed by Mies, was the display of architecture’s modern movement to the world.
Mies understood his pavilion simply as a building and nothing more, transforming the pavilion into an inhabitable sculpture.
“Less is more”
With the low roof projecting out over the exterior over 8 slim cruciform pillars and the openness of the pavilion, there is a blurred spatial demarcation beween interior and exterior.