Mies van der Rohe
This series was the winner of the American Institute of Architects' prestigious "Award for Excellence in International Book Publishing". Each volume in this series is introduced with an essay on the architect, and a chronological or stylistic presentation of their most outstanding buildings and projects. No other series provides such a complete and concise summary of the world's leading architects' works. The volumes are fully illustrated in black-and-white with photos and project renderings.
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The German Pavilion in Barcelona
The reconstruction of the German Pavilion
Alfonso XIII Alpine green marble architect architecture Arthur Drexler Barcelona chair Barcelona International Barcelona Pavilion base Bassegoda bench Berlin Blaser building building's celona cess chitecture cladding colours construction definitive Detail dimensions documentary drainage drawings elements exhibition exterior Fernando Ramos finish Fira de Barcelona fixed flight of steps floor free-standing furniture Genzmer Georg von Schnitzler German Pavilion Gran Plaza idea Ignasi interior International Exposition Josep light Lilly Reich load-bearing structure Ludwig Glaeser Marcel Breuer material ments metal structure metalwork Mies MOMA MontjuTc national pavilions onyx original Oriol Bohigas Palau de Victoria Palau Nacional Pavi Peter Behrens pillars podium pool position precise Preussischer problems Puig i Cadafalch quarries rear reconstruction Rohe Archive Rohe's roof Ruegenberg Schnitzler sition Sola-Morales solution space stairway steel stone surface tects terior Tinos tion travertine slabs travertine wall ture vertical Victoria Eugenia vilion Wolf Tegethoff