Barcelona mies van der rohe pabellon
Mies Van Der Rohe--El Pabellon de Barcelona: The Barcelona Pavilion by Ignasi de Sola-MoralesConstruido originalmente en 1929 como pabellon temporal, el pabellon de Barcelona de Mies van der Rohe ha adquirido con el tiempo el estatus de una de las obras maestras mas importantes de la arquitectura de este siglo. Este libro aborda un profundo examen del edificio en el contexto que Mies van der Rohe se encontro al hacerlo, los materiales originales y la reaccion critica de aquel tiempo, utilizadas como material base para la actual reconstruccion. Los autores del libro, arquitectos que han llevado a cabo dicha reconstruccion, han incluido abundantes documentos de la epoca y de la reconstruccion llevada a cabo, asi como un reportaje fotografico en color especialmente encargado para esta obra, que muestra por primera vez imagenes insolitas de esta obra maestra de la arquitectura, en un libro documento imprescindible en la bibliografia de Mies van der Rohe.
Mies van der Rohe Pavilion
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Text description provided by the architects. As part of the International Exposition in Barcelona Spain, the Barcelona Pavilion, designed by Mies van der Rohe, was the display of architecture's modern movement to the world. After several architectural triumphs in Germany, Mies was commissioned to design the German Pavilion for the International Exposition in Barcelona, Spain. Unlike other pavilions at the exposition, Mies understood his pavilion simply as a building and nothing more, it would not house art or sculpture rather the pavilion would be a place of tranquility and escape from the exposition, in effect transforming the pavilion into an inhabitable sculpture. Situated at the foot of the National Art Museum of Catalonia and Montjuic, the Barcelona Pavilion resides on a narrow site in a quiet tucked away corner secluded from the bustling city streets of Barcelona. Raised on a plinth of travertine, the Barcelona Pavilion separates itself from it context create atmospheric and experiential effects that seem to occur in a vacuum that dissolves all consciousness of the surrounding city.
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As a founding symbol of modernist architecture, for many, it is Barcelona's most important building. On viewing the building today its lines, form and design may be familiar to you.
The Barcelona Pavilion, an emblematic work of the Modern Movement, has been exhaustively studied and interpreted as well as having inspired the oeuvre of several generations of architects. Built from glass, steel and different kinds of marble, the Pavilion was conceived to accommodate the official reception presided over by King Alfonso XIII of Spain along with the German authorities. After the closure of the Exhibition, the Pavilion was disassembled in Given the significance and reputation of the Pavilion, thoughts turned towards its possible reconstruction. The materials Glass, steel and four different kinds of stone Roman travertine, green Alpine marble, ancient green marble from Greece and golden onyx from the Atlas Mountains were used for the reconstruction, all of the same characteristics and provenance as the ones originally employed by Mies in