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Serralves Pavilion

Porto, Portugal
by Fala Atelier

On the occasion of the 32nd São Paulo Biennial, a temporary art gallery was to be installed in a slopped garden inside the Serralves’ Foundation. The brief was vague and open to speculation. A folly, as the word itself suggests, is an extravagant, frivolous or unreal building, thought more for an..

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“Paper brick” is a waste paper cup pavilion that aims to orientate and raise public attention, regarding awareness on waste recycling and reuse in a small waterfront city in the Marmara Region, Tekirdağ. The pavilion was created for the World Environment Day 2015 in Tuğlalı Park, one of the most..

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A curated library addressing the notions of home and dwelling responds to ‘Reporting from the Front’ by addressing the topics of home and dwelling as current, critical social and environmental issues. The curators conceived a 1:1 site-specific inhabitable spatial wooden structure, an abstract..

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Futurama

New York, USA
by Norman Bel Geddes, ...

Unlike preceding world's fairs, which presented technological innovations, arts, crafts, cultural diversity and scientific achievements, the New York World's Fair of 1939 sought to showcase the concepts and visions of the world of tomorrow. After years of the Great Depression, futuristic optimism..

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Slovak pavilion at PQ 2019

Prague, Czech Republic
by Chybik + Kristof

The Slovak exhibition “The Absence of Miracles Exhausts Us” balances on the edge of installation and performance and was inspired by the theatre project Miracles, which took place in the Central Slovak village Bátovce in 2017. It was a unique interconnection of four ensembles (Pôtoň Theatre,..

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The concept is based on the temporarily of the pavilion and on the theme of the World Exhibition EXPO 2015 „Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life“. The motto of the pavilion is water. The pavilion presents the latest progress in nanotechnology for water purification as well as traditional Czech..

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Pavilion of Humanity

Brno, Czech Republic
by Chybik + Kristof

Three main ethnic groups have shaped the development of the city of Brno since the 13th century – Slavs/Czechs, Germans, and Jews. While frequently far from harmonious, their coexistence has been highly productive, leaving a number of traces, visible and not, forming the collective memory of our..

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