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Forum Building and Plaza

Forum Building and Plaza

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Date: 2004
Creator: Herzog & de Meuron
Description: The view is of an apex of the triangular shaped building. Pillars underneath creating an open public space are also visible.
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Forum Building and Plaza

Forum Building and Plaza

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Date: 2004
Creator: Herzog & de Meuron
Description: The view is of one side of the triangular shaped and elevated building. The sliver shapes are windows. The pillars underneath and some space is also visible.
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Caixa Forum Barcelona

Caixa Forum Barcelona

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Date: 1911/2002
Creator: Isozaki, Arata & Puig y Cadafalch, José
Description: Caixa Forum is the former Casarramona textile factory. The canopy sheltering the main entrance was designed by Arata Isozaki.
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Pumps

Pumps

Date: 1970~
Creator: Jourdan, Charles
Description: Pumps of dark wine/burgundy/red-brown leather. The shoes are designed with pointed toes and a rounded vamp. The plain uppers have a thin "mary jane" strap across ankle, with small gold buckle at outside edge. The high, continental heels are elongated, appearing as a thick spike or stiletto, and are covered in the same leather. Lined in beige leather. Designer's stamp in both: "Charles Jourdan / Made in Spain Parallele" Stamped inside: "2319 4 AA 8" Stamped on sole: "Leather / Leder / Cuir / Made in / Spain".
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Dawn

Dawn

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Date: unknown
Creator: Kolbe, Georg
Description: The view of the sculpture is from the reflection made by the sculpture in the reflecting basin of Ludwig Mies van der Rohe's Barcelona Pavilion from 1929. The figure is a nude female with arms gracefully raised above her head.
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Barcelona Pavilion

Barcelona Pavilion

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Date: 1929
Creator: Mies van der Rohe, Ludwig
Description: The view is through the glass to the sculpture, Dawn, by Georg Kolbe, situated in the reflecting pool. The highly figured marble is visible behind the standing statue.
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Barcelona Pavilion

Barcelona Pavilion

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Date: 1929
Creator: Mies van der Rohe, Ludwig
Description: The view is a close detail of the exterior wall showing the highly figured marble.
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Barcelona Pavilion

Barcelona Pavilion

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Date: 1929
Creator: Mies van der Rohe, Ludwig
Description: The reflecting pool is in the foreground with the pavilion in the background on an angle. The view shows the glass walls and possibility of looking through the building and beyond.
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Pumps

Pumps

Date: 1970/1979
Creator: Navaton
Description: Pair of heeled pumps of red calf leather. Designed with squared toes, the uppers are constructed to create a high instep tongue with red elastic at sides, and a red leather band across instep and tongue, secured with a small buckle covered with same leather. The cylindrical heel is covered by same red leather. Maker's label inside: "Created by / Navaton / Made in Spain" Stamped inside: "500 772 6 1/2"
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Hospicio de San Fernando

Hospicio de San Fernando

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Date: 1722/1729
Creator: Ribera, Pedro de (Follower of Churriguera)
Description: Detail view of statue of San Fernando (Juan Ron) above portal
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