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Robbrecht en Daem completes Mies-designed golf club

Belgium-based Robbrecht en Daem has unveiled a temporary pavilion based on a 1930 competition design by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe

The ‘life-size model’ is based on unpublished sketches found in the Mies van der Rohe Archive at the MoMA, in New York, for a clubhouse on a golf course in Krefeld, Germany.

Unbuilt at the time of design, the public installation will stand on the site it was planned for until October this year.

The 2336 m² pavilion is built primarily in wood and aims to reveal ‘the essence of Mies’s architecture through its abstraction’.


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