Barcelona pavilion.


“The site [Mies van der Rohe] selected [for the German Pavilion in Barcelona] allowed for the transverse passage of visitors from a terrace-like avenue bordering the exhibition palaces to the other attractions. In addition, it afforded fine views of the exposition grounds and of the city of Barcelona.

The building had no real program, as that term is understood and used by architects today. It was to be whatever Mies chose to make of it.”

— David Spaeth.

Project author.

  • Mies van der Rohe.

What I did.

  • 3D modelling with AutoCAD.
  • Render images with V-Ray for 3D Studio Max.
  • Post-production and editing with Photoshop.