Today you can visit the Mies van der Rohe Pavilion. Not physicaly, of course, but virtually. We encourage you to take a walk around the Pavilion with the text guides that give information on each spot about the historical moment when it was built, about the decision to rebuild it and about the particularities that make it a masterpiece in modern architecture and a reference for contemporay architecture.
You can also see the photo album of the pictures that take part in #Miesathome or enjoy the documentary Mies on Scene. Barcelona in two acts that will help you understand how the Pavilion has been a source of inspiration not only for architects but also for history of thought. An entertaining film that will invite you to reflection and probably pull up a smile. Another film tells you about The reconstruction and with A day in the Pavilion you can approach everything that can happen in the seeming immutability of the Pavilion on a single day.
And if these more quiet days have arised your appetite for reading, you can choose among the books about the Pavilion and its reconstructon, about Mies van der Rohe and Lilly Reich and their fellow contemporaries and their works and we will send them home to you. In fact, you can even take the actual Pavilion home, as a model or a paper cutout and build it yourselves this time!