Ferrer Casas, Agustín
Binding: Hardcover
Language: Español
Pages: 176
Measurements: 20.00 x 27.70 cm

In the course of the flight to West Berlin to attend the laying of the first stone of the National Gallery, the famous architect Mies van der Rohe takes stock of his hazardous life with his grandson, the also architect Dirk Lohan. Memories of the most convulsive times of the twentieth century in which projects, clients, partners, adversaries, friends, lovers are mixed. In short, an intense life marked by the ambition to build. But above all of them, the clear memory of a fact that can not be forgotten and that has always been kept secret.

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