Barcelona German Pavilion. Eco Tote Bag
About the Design
Glass, steel and four different kinds of stone was all it took for Mies to create a building that had such an impact in the field of architecture, that even 50 years after it was dismantled, the city of Barcelona decided to rebuild it and open it to the public.
Even today, the German Pavilion designed by Mies van der Rohe and Lilly Reich looks as modern as if it had just been designed. The design is probably as timeless as an architectural structure can get, and therefore is still extensively studied and used as a referent.
It was in the Barcelona Pavilion where Mies first tried out his signature cruciform pillars, and also where he and Lilly unveiled the iconic Barcelona chair, which is still manufactured and sold today.
Say goodbye to plastic, and bag your goodies in this organic cotton tote bag. There’s more than enough room for groceries, books, and anything in between.
- 100% certified organic cotton 3/1 twill.
- Fabric weight: 272 g/m² (8 oz/yd²).
- Dimensions: 41 x 37 x 13cm (16″ x 14 ½″ x 5″).
- Weight limit: 13.6 kg (30lbs).
- 3cm (1″) wide dual straps, 61cm (24.5″) length.
- Open main compartment.
All images are for guidance only. There might be slight discrepancies between the print placement of the catalog photos and the real product. The base color of the tote bag might also vary from order to order depending on the origin of the cotton used.
Shipping & Returns
All our products are made to order. That means they might take a bit to arrive, but trust us, the wait will be totally worth it! Your order will be produced by hand in our fulfillment partner’s just for you.
Because your order will be produced just for you, we cannot accept returns or exchanges. However, if your order gets lost or damaged during transportation we will send you a new one free of charge!
- 3-7 days production time.
- 1-3 days shipping to most popular destinations.
- World wide shipping with tracking code.