Germany’s Pavilion in the 1929 World Expo, designed by Mies van der Rohe, is one of the key pearls in modern architecture. Its uncompromising form, spatial planning and use of materials made this pavilion one of the masterpieces of 20th century architecture. The Pavilion was dismantled shortly after the Expo, and few photos of it can be found today. The Pavilion was rebuilt based on van der Rohe’s drawings at its original spot in 1987.
Lake Pavilion in Janakkala continues on the path created by Mies van der Rohe’s modern architecture. Large glass surfaces, minimalistic shapes and functional spatial planning are the hallmarks of these holiday homes. Large windows open up a magnificent view that transforms with the seasonal changes of the year.
Lake Pavilion provides a sanctuary from the hectic working life and a great setting to work remotely with no disruption.