Barcelona Pavilion LTD Edition Print



This limited edition illustration by Kristina Dam is an abstraction of the celebrated Barcelona Pavilion designed by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. The building was the German Pavilion for the 1929 International Exposition in Barcelona. The Pavilion in Barcelona is without any doubt one of the most significant buildings in the history of modern architecture. It is celebrated and known for its simple form and its spectacular use of extravagant materials; marble, red onyx and travertine.

The iconic furniture piece - the Barcelona chair - was also made especially for the pavilion. The same magnificent minimalistic features in the design is evident in both the Barcelona Chair and Pavilion. As so many other architects, Kristina Dam is a true admire of the work of Mies Van Der Rohe. This building has inspired so many important modernist buildings and likewise it has triggered Kristina to do this abstraction of it.

Numbered, professionally framed and signed by Kristina Dam before delivery. Please check out the range of illustrations and art prints from Kristina Dam. Kristina Dam abstractions of notable architecture is a great way of bringing art and design into your home decor.

Frame: Black Steel

Material: 300 gr Munken Pure

Size Guide

Size: A3 – 42 x 29,7 cm

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    • ORIGIN
  • Kristina Dam Studio was founded by graphic designer and architect Kristina Dam in 2012 with the mission of making art and interior merge together in furniture, art prints, illustrations and sculptures.

  • The studio uses a range of honest and carefully selected materials – such as brass, marble, oak, stone and steel – in order to ‘define sculptural minimalism’ with its collaborative furniture and homeware.