The introduction stated that this is one of the most influential modern buildings in the world. The professor of architecture told me that it was rebuilt on the original site, but I found that it was very small and the materials were really good. From a quirky perspective, everyone buys a copy of "less is more" when they leave.
The venue was built in 1929 and has been around for nearly a century. It has a great significance in the history of modern architecture. It is also very modern and very design-oriented and beautiful today.
Mies van der Rohe, the German Pavilion, has been built and demolished, demolished and built, changed the city, and made noisy architecture... Worshiping the space that flows quietly in time, quietly feeling the thought of the master... There is a handsome uncle at the entrance Selling tickets and collecting tickets, there is a small souvenir shop at the end, selling stationery and pictures full of design!
The Mies Van Der Roux Pavilion (Pabellon Mies van der Rohe) is a modern one-story building built between 1909 and 1914 by the German architect Mis Van Der Roux, known as the father of modern architecture, for the 1929 World Expo in Barcelona.
The most important modern architecture is this model house by Mies van der Rohe. Using whole piece of marble as the wall. Stunning design.
Mies Van der Rohe's Montjuïc Pavilion is found on the walk between Plaça d'Espanya and the Magic Fountain, and is constructed of marble, steel and glass. Originally built in 1929 for the Barcelona International Exhibition, it was reassembled in 1983. You can walk around the exterior of the pavilion to appreciate the modern clean lines or view the interior of the Pavilion for a 2,50 Euros entrance fee. The closest metro station is Espanya.
This may seem as tiny insignificant museum to common travelers and would be disappointed to pay 6 euros to enter, but to me Architect, it was the most fascinating architectural masterpiece I visited in Barcelona, and liked it as much as the Sagrada Familia. In fact when you have the knowledge that this oeuvre was built at the same time when women dressed in huge gowns and towering hairstyles, you can't help but appreciate the minimalism of this place. As Mies says: God is in the Detail.
The Pavillon is a definite must go. Despite the fact that I would not call myself an art professional, I really loved this spot. And: all the other museums are in that area anyway. Take a motobike and cruise around this part of Barca!
Pretty cool building but you probably have to visit on a sunny day to get the full effect.