Even though we won’t be able to transform it into the Reading Pavilion this day, you will be able to approach the Mies van der Rohe Pavilion in many other ways: if you are looking for a recreational fomat, with the Mies comic book that explains the architect’s life in illustrated strips; if you are seeking a historical view, the reissue of the reconstruction book, or you can enjoy Lluís Casal’s photos with Mies Reflections, or get a more in-depth look on the academic contents of Mies van der Rohe Barcelona 1929 or get hold of the Pavilion’s plans. You can also complete your collection of the interventions held in the Pavilion by Anna and Eugeni Bach, Peter Downsbrough, Alex Arteaga, Andrés Jaque, Sanaa or Ai Weiwei with a 20% discount.
And if you want ,you can take a tour around the best European architecture with the catalogues of EU Mies Award‘s last edition or of the exhibition Achitectures on the waterfront or or choose from a large selection of books on modern and contemporary architecture.
Seize the moment and don’t stop celebrating Sant Jordi!
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