- Fri 12 Oct - 18:45
It is the most iconic pavilion ever built for a World Fair. The Barcelona Pavilion, designed by Mies van der Rohe in 1929, torn down after eight months and then rebuilt in minute detail in the 1980s, still inspires thousands of architects all over the world nearly a century later. How could such a minimalistic building become such an undisputed architectural phenomenon?
Mies on Scene delves into the annals of history, revealing the fascinating story behind one of the most widely acclaimed figures of modern architecture.