Barcelona Pavilion


The Barcelona Pavilion was constructed to accommodate the formal meetings of the King of Spain, including the 1929 Barcelona International Convention. The structure utilizes only three essential materials: glass, steel, and marble. After serving its purpose, the pavilion was deconstructed, but its popularity forced it to be built again at the original sight. The Barcelona Pavilion is another prominent example of Van Der Rohe’s Modernistic style.

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