The German Pavilion, or Barcelona Pavilion, was built for the 1929 International Exposition of Barcelona. It is designed by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and has been named as one of the most important buildings of modern architecture. The pavilion was used for the official opening of the German section of the International exposition. The pavilion was demolished in 1930 but rebuilt in 1986.
It incorporates the elements of the modern architecture with materials such as marble and travertine that has been used in the building of it. It is quite a subtle building and it is its simplicity and the waterdecoration with stone marbles at the bottom outside of it that makes the pavilion very attractive. Inside of it you can see things such as the Barcelona chair and the Alba sculpture designed by Georg Kolbe.
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