Posts Tagged ‘pavilion’

Serpentine Gallery Pavilion by Frida Escobedo, London – UK

June 13th, 2018

Escobedo’s design, which fuses elements typical to Mexican architecture with local London references, features a courtyard enclosed by two rectangular volumes constructed from cement roof tiles. These tiles are stacked to form a celosia, a type of wall common to Mexican architecture which is permeable, allowing ventilation and views to the other side.

Il Makiage Boutique Pavilion by Zaha Hadid Architects, New York City

June 12th, 2018

ZHA pavilion takes inspiration from the distinctive motif that wraps around the corner of Il Makiage packaging, manifesting as a sequence of folded monochrome structural ribbons alternating between gloss and matt surfaces.

Bamboo Stalactite by VTN Architects, Venice – Italy

June 1st, 2018

Bamboo Stalactite is a Freespace, a community space, shared equally by everyone. It’s open and free to all. Because of this community sense, Freespace has to be a space that is easy to realize. This is characterized by simplicity in structure and low production costs. Here in this space, we use bamboo as the only material.

Revolution Precrafted’s Ellipsicoon pavilion by UNStudio

May 31st, 2018

The pavilion’s continuous surface is woven from 100% recyclable high-density polyethylene (HDPE), which evokes the appearance and porosity of wicker furniture with the durability necessary for permanent outdoor installation.

Floating pavilion at Bruges Triennale by SelgasCano, Bruges – Belgium

May 21st, 2018

The installation consists of a steel skeleton enclosed by a fluorescent pink-orange vinyl. This waterproof plastic material has never been used in a building and was constructed on site in a completely hand-made process. A yellow wooden platform is attached to the installation, continuing the interactive experience by allowing visitors to jump into the canal for a swim.

Future Space by Peter Pichler, Milan – Italy

April 18th, 2018

The pavilion is formed of three curving walls, which are arranged together to form a pyramid-like enclosure. Each wall comprises a lattice of standard wooden beams, stacked at right angles to one another. The beams vary in length and also decrease in size towards the top, which gives the structure its curving geometries.

Bamboo pavilion by Eleena Jamil Architect & UNHabitat, Kuala Lumpur – Malaysia

March 1st, 2018

Semi-translucent colored panels, alluding to the colors of UN sustainable design goals, cover some of the bamboo rings in a random manner. The colored panels emit some light, and like that of stained windows, they illuminate the space inside with an interesting play of colors. A central opening in the roof creates a courtyard in the center, where a bamboo plant is placed.

Maxtec Peripherals stand by HOTT3D at Africacom 2017 in Cape Town

November 27th, 2017

This project caught the eye of everyone that entered the halls. A dual level pavilion incorporating Maxtec and a series of co-exhibitors in an environment that was highly conducive to the fast pace of Africacom.

The Bolt by Giles Miller Studio, London – UK

November 4th, 2017

The Bolt by Giles Miller Studio, London – UK

MILKE pavilion by mode:lina, Poznan – Poland

October 31st, 2017

Their 2017 expo pavilion, designed by mode:lina™ studio designers, has a light transparent form, referring to MILKE’s distinct visual identity system and its main element – a logo with a characteristic frame. This is why, transparent net facade of the pavilion reveals its wooden construction frames.

Hensel Winery by einszu33, Bad Dürkheim – Germany

October 24th, 2017

Visitors enter the winery, arriving on the elevated wooden terrace by taking the loosely arranged concrete steps. The wine tasting and the event area are connected through a lounge which stretches long the backwall and thanks to its furniture can be used in a multiple of ways.

Naoshima Pavilion by Sou Fujimoto

October 21st, 2017

Located a few meters from the terminal of Naoshima, the Japanese island better known as the “Art Island”, Sou Fujimoto’s Pavilion appears as a translucent and lightweight diamond perched on the coastal edge of Kagawa, visible from SANAA’s ferry terminal welcoming the visitors to the island.

Mirrored pavilion for Dior’s Spring 2018 collection by Bureau Betak, Paris – France

October 4th, 2017

Bureau Betak’s design for the space required the artisans to hand place over 80,000 mirror shards throughout the interior with the strongest concentration at the far end the space – giving the runway’s portal the feeling of a frozen wonderland.

Street cinema by Omri Revesz, Venice – Italy

September 12th, 2017

The pavilion is comprised of a collapsible modular wooden structure, held together by metal elements inspired by the logic of Russian constructivism. The structure expands and adjusts to the activity being held in the pavilion, be it a conference, screening, artistic performance or spontaneous stop.

“Healing pavilion” by Ball-Nogues Studio, Los Angeles – California

September 5th, 2017

The pavilion was created using 2,793 linear feet of 2-inch diameter mild steel tube. In total, 352 individual components were precisely bent with a computer numerically controlled rolling system. Together, the tubes form an occupiable structural shell with no extraneous elements.

Wave of buckets by Factor Eficiencia and 5468796 architecture, Mexico City – Mexico

August 25th, 2017

The 100.0 m² temporary pavilion uses common painter’s buckets as its building blocks, connecting them together via an expansive grid of ropes. In the Mexican capital these objects are typically used to claim a piece of street by “viene viene” entrepreneurs, who operate outside the government’s oversight and aggressively charge drivers wishing to park.

Origami exhibition pavilion by Manuel Bouzas Cavada, Manuel Bouzas Barcala and Clara Álvarez García, Logroño – Spain

July 31st, 2017

The idea is simple; we want to generate an icon, an attractive exhibit that seeks to stir curiosity and catch the attention of the city´s inhabitants. But also, we want to show that the Garnica panels are self-supporting; we haven’t used any supporting structure or sub-structures. We have only used the starting material, the Garnica panels: 39 of them.

A•lava by Aalto University Wood Program, Helsinki – Finland

July 18th, 2017

A variation of triangular shapes that determine the walls and openings of the stage also serve as structural elements of the project. The geometry of the roof follows the same principles, raising up to emphasize the location of the stage by means of a set of beams forming a parabolic structure.

Serpentine Pavilion by Diébédo Francis Kéré, Burkina Faso

June 25th, 2017

Kéré’s oval-shaped structure features a courtyard enclosed by curving walls made from stacked wooden blocks, sheltered by a large, slatted timber roof. The form of the canopy is informed by a tree in the village of Gando in Burkina Faso, where Kéré grew up.

Norman Foster Foundation’s courtyard pavilion, Madrid – Spain

June 23rd, 2017

The Norman Foster Foundation’s new building is topped with a roof shaped like the wing of an aircraft, a gesture that resolves the site’s irregular geometry. The roof is supported by a hidden steel structure cantilevered over the structural glass façade, resulting in a ceiling that appears to levitate above visitors’ heads.