Night visit to the Mies van der Rohe Pavilion with the original lighting

Josep Maria de Sagarra published, on 23rd June 1929 in the Mirador magazine, that the Mies Pavilion, just inaugurated, was a building to be seen in low light, preferably at night. And, in fact, the light that Mies van der Rohe had thought was only that of the skylight.
On the festivities of Santa Eulàlia we invite you to experience this initial idea: to come at the evening and transport you to the illumination that was in the original Pavilion.
Open doors all day long.

Category


Date

February 12 2017 from the sunset to 20:00h. Free entrance, no reservation needed.

Place

Mies van der Rohe Pavilion

Notes

Check the article published on 23rd June 1929 in the Mirador magazine here.