The Barcelona Pavilion
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The Barcelona Pavilion

  Barcelona pavilion built in 1929 for the intentional pavilion exhibition, and it's been inspirational to many young architects ever since. This house designed by Ludwig Mies Van Der Rohe and Lily Reich. The house was made of glass, steel, and several types of marble. Which was very well received by Alfonso XIII the king of Spain and other German officials at the exhibition. The pavilion closed and disassembled in 1930, but it was already a major focal point in the history of architecture. Later in 1980, Oriol Bohigas recreated the Barcelona pavilion from scratch with his architectural team Ignasi De Solà, Fernando Ramos, and Cristian Crici. The project began in 1983 and was ready to…

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Private Residential By Vincezo ​De Cottis
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Private Residential By Vincezo ​De Cottis

 Creating a loving place shouldn't always be about the rearrangement of the most expensive trends and pieces all together. In fact, surpass a certain point the place will lose its authenticity. The Italian designer and architect Vincenzo De Cottis born in Puglia 1958 known is to be a natural. Not only he did phenomenal designs, and collaborations with the high-end companies, to create the most memorable places he also used recycled materials, and reconstructed pieces into the work of art. This Luxurious resident in Forte Dei Marmi in the province of Lucca in northern Tuscany is truly one of a kind. The place was a holiday destination to many well-known artists and movie-stars for decades. Clearly, De…

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