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The Barcelona Pavilion, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe

The Barcelona Pavilion was designed by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe in 1929. It served as the German National Pavilion for the Barcelona International Exhibition, held on Montjuïc. The sleek and elegant design combined with rich natural material presented Mies’ Barcelona viagrageneriquefr24.com Pavilion as a bridge into his future career, as well as architectural modernism. The structure is a strong representation of the Modernism movement that was taking shape in Europe at that time.  Here the Architecture itself is a form of art as the…

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The sun never knew how great it was until it struck the side of a building – Louis Kahn

This is an article of a series on the masters of Architecture. Louis Kahn was born in Pärnu, Estonia, on February 20, 1901. His family immigrated to the United States when Kahn was a child. Louis Kahn attended Philadelphia’s Central High School and the Public Industrial Art School. He later studied architecture at the University of Pennsylvania, where he was mentored by the French-born architect Paul Crete. Kahn received his degree in architecture in 1924 at the University of Pennsylvania and opened his own firm…

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Planning a sacred destination – Rimpesh Sharma

Envisioning a prosperous career in designing and construction, Rimpesh quotes from his inspirational collections- “A city is not an accident but the result of coherent visions and aims”, Leon Krier. Driven by the appreciated thought behind these words, Rimpesh Sharma, Director of InGenious Studio Pvt. Ltd just bagged one of his greatest projects yet and was delighted to share the details with Gallopper. Rimpesh, a member of Project Management Institute has 15 years of professional experience in Architecture, Interior and the Building Construction industry. He…

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