Posts Tagged ‘pavilion’

“Inhabitable Painting” installation by Nick Gelpi, Detroit – Michigan

January 11th, 2017

“House paint pavilion” has been designed to allow visitors to both peer into and walk inside it, blurring the lines between the structure and the artwork displayed within its interior walls.

“Transparent shell” pavilion by Pone Architecture, Guangzhou – China

December 16th, 2016


Titled “transparent shell”, the installation comprises 30 main bone models and three groups of large curves, which are built by multiple layers of woven transparent film. These undulating layers take on an organic and sinuous form, creating a variety of functional spaces, such as an entrance, wall, ceiling, window, desktop and seating area.

DSS2016 pavilion by Zuloark, Alberto Rey and Tipi Studio, San Sebastián – Spain

November 15th, 2016


Our strategy is to intervene in San Sebastian’s public space by designing a pavilion that can be constructed as an assembled chrysalis containing the result of the future of the city.

IKEA pavilion at Dubai Design Week, Dubai – United Arab Emirates

October 30th, 2016

Visitors take a walk through the past and view the story behind their products embodying Swedish roots. At the same time, the exhibit reflects on the present showcased inside a vast democratic home built as the an open, multi-faceted pavilion spread across two levels.

Pianegonda stand at VIcenzaOro by Bros Retail Interior Design, Vicenza – Italy

October 24th, 2016

The soft, sinuous and white shapes of these objects wanted to recall the “rebirth” of the brand, giving a feminine touch to the cold surrounding environment.

Archifest 2016 Pavilion by DP Architects, Singapore

October 19th, 2016

Temporary pavilon by Peris + Toral Arquitectes, Barcelona – Spain

September 23rd, 2016

Peris + Toral Arquitectes was tasked with creating a temporary venue to host an information point, an exhibition space for the regeneration project and a rental hub for electric bicycles.

Shingle covered pavilion by Giles Miller, Surrey – UK

September 15th, 2016

Shingles inscribed with personal messages cover this squat hilltop pavilion, created by British designer Giles Miller as a rest stop for ramblers.

Iran national pavilion at Venice Architecture Biennale 2016, Venice – Italy

August 22nd, 2016

The pavilion is designed based on a representation of urban schemata of buildings in a reverse order stretched from the ceiling to the walls and parts of the floor. The form is chosen in order to manifest the reverse process of reviving these residential areas and neighborhoods.

Coca-Cola pavilion by Atelier Marko Brajovic, Rio de Janeiro – Brasil

August 16th, 2016

The visual effect of movement is enhanced by lightning system programmed to react on different events as concerts, games and other brand activations. The main installation as well organize and introduce the public into the interactive installations as photo in 360 degrees, real-time dance game, a gallery, concert stage… and entrance to the store.

Cool Capital South African pavilion at Venice Architecture Biennale 2016, Venice – Italy

July 2nd, 2016

The 2016 South African pavilion at building D in the Sale d’Armi presents successful physical outcomes and practical solutions to urban challenges, conceived and implemented by citizens for the citizens of the administrative capital city of South Africa under the umbrella organization of “Cool Capital”.

Shipping container pavilon by People’s Architecture Office, Taiyuan – China

June 28th, 2016

The architecture comprises two storeys, with six yellow units overlapping perpendicularly above of six red containers. A further roof level provides outdoor recreation space, offering elevated views across the surrounding area.

Pavilion Dou by Jingxiang Zhu at Venice Architecture Biennale, Venice – Italy

June 26th, 2016

The prefabricated volume is described as a ‘Checkered Playroom’ for a kindergarten to be based in a remote region of Western China.

Bihar state pavilion at IITF 2015 by TOD innovations, New Delhi – India

June 10th, 2016

First hall themed knowledge had a large bamboo installation in the middle inspired form ‘Bodhi tree’s made from 20000 bamboos by 40 artisans. Fabric printed panels about the intellectual past of Bihar were installed around the hall.

Serpentine Gallery Pavilion by BIG, London – UK

June 9th, 2016

Viewed side-on, the pavilion is rectangular. But when seen from the front or at an angle, its curving silhouette is revealed. It also changes from opaque to see-through, depending on the viewing angle.

Czech and Slovak Pavilion at Venice Architecture Biennale 2016, Venice – Italy

June 6th, 2016

The broad spectrum of opinion the building receives from both Slovakian nationals and foreigners is represented by a series of films, played on wall-mounted screens. Different screens offer opposing strategies for the renovation of the building, which has been in a state of disrepair for a decade.

Forests of Venice pavilion by Kjellander + Sjöberg & Folkhem, Venice – Italy

June 3rd, 2016

Their aim was to demonstrate how versatile wood is as a material, as well as to promote its sustainability in a time when climate change and rising sea levels threaten coastal cities like Venice. The use of wood also references the closely spaced wooden piles that form the city’s foundations.

Human-Meditation-Nature installation by Vo Trong Nghia Architects at Venice Architecture Biennale, Venice – Italy

June 1st, 2016

Known for his green-filled architecture, the installation inside the central pavilion visualizes as a small forest of bamboo and plants. Visitors are invited to walk through the structure and in turn, show that architecture is not just about function and beauty, but an approach to connect people with nature.

British Pavilion at Venice Architecture Biennale 2016, Venice – Italy

May 27th, 2016

They claim that collective ownership models – where people share the financial burdens of domestic life – is one solution, and could result in homes that are more affordable and more efficient.

Zhongshuge-Hangzhou bookstore by XL-MUSE, Hangzhou – China

May 24th, 2016

At the heart of the bookshop stands the ‘Zhongshuge’ hall – a theatrical reading area which displays a large encompassing bookshelf that circles a clear meditative space at its center.