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Polish Pavilion EXPO Milan 2015 in Italy by 2pm Architekci

Friday, September 4th, 2015

Article source: 2pm Architekci

The idea behind the project for the Polish Pavilion at EXPO 2015 in Milan refers to Polish orchards and horticulture, very significant to the Polish landscape and economy. It is being realized through the use of a motif of a wooden apple box, normally used in shipment as a packaging for fruits and vegetables.

Image Courtesy © 2pm Architekci

Image Courtesy © 2pm Architekci

  • Architects: 2pm Architekci
  • Project: Polish Pavilion EXPO Milan 2015
  • Location: Milan, Italy
  • Project: 2014
  • Execution: 2015
Investor: Polish Information and Foreign Investment Agency, Polish Agency for Enterprise Development
  • Team: 2pm Architekci: Piotr Musialowski, Michal Adamczyk, Stanisław Ignaciuk, Michal Lenczewski
  • Cooperation: Piotr Bylka, Paulina Pankiewicz



Sunday, August 23rd, 2015


The Infobox information pavilion at the parkMuzeon is a compact temporary structure consisting of a dark looming sculptural mass with large white lettering on its high facade.The unusually acute angle of the roof slope, along with the diminutive size of the building serve to emphasise its dominant wall – the main facade.The pavilion is austere, unexpected and robust.Yet it is also unassuming:metal framed, finished with various types of panelling. Laminated moisture-resistant veneers that are more usually used as shuttering in the fabrication of concrete block structures have been employed, and the interior is birch wood ply, painted grey.

Image Courtesy © Ilia Ivanov

Image Courtesy © Ilia Ivanov

  • Project: Infobox
  • Location: Russia, Moscow, Krymsky Val 2,Muzeonpark of arts
  • Photography: Ilia Ivanov
  • Architects In Charge: Igor Chirkin, Aleksey Podkidyshev
  • Landscape and masterplan: Asse architects
  • Area: 30 sqm
  • Year: 2013


“Global Farm 2.0” in Milan, Italy by Nothing studio

Thursday, August 6th, 2015

Article source: Nothing studio

On May 14, in the presence of the Minister of Agriculture, Food and Forestry Maurizio Martina, the sole commissioner of Expo 2015 Giuseppe Sala, President of CONAF Andrea Sisti, the World President of agronomists Maria Cruz Diaz Alvarez and designer architect Enzo Eusebi, the pavilion of the world agronomists the “Global farm 2.0, openend. Fully sustainable and carbon free, the pavillion is entrely built in re used and ecological materials.

Image Courtesy © re.publique Comunicazione d'Architettura

Image Courtesy © re.publique Comunicazione d’Architettura


The Quarter for the 25th Jewish Culture Festival in CRACOW, POLAND by BudCud

Sunday, August 2nd, 2015

Article source: BudCud

This year’s anniversary 25th Jewish Culture Festival in Cracow celebrates Kazimierz – Jewish quarter of Cracow, as well as other Jewish districts from around the world. Following the theme, BudCud designed a temporary public space in one of a few empty squares in the district.

Image Courtesy © BudCud

Image Courtesy © BudCud

  • Architects: BudCud
  • Project: The Quarter for the 25th Jewish Culture Festival
  • Location: CRACOW, POLAND
  • Photography: Haim Yafim Barbalat
  • Software used: AutoCad, Adobe Creative Suite, Rhino, Vray
  • Area: 150 m2
  • Status: COMPLETED
  • Year: 2015


Villaggio Save The Children in Milan, Italy by Argot ou La Maison Mobile

Saturday, August 1st, 2015

Article source:  Argot ou La Maison Mobile

On the occasion of Expo2015, Save the Children Italia Onlus presents  a Pavilion that could be better defined as a proper “village”, a domestic and welcoming environment which designs the space of an ideal place of the world where the Ong usually operates.

A sequence of rooms without walls and barriers but in conversation with the surroundings and the other pavillions.

Image Courtesy © Delfino Sisto Legnani

Image Courtesy © Delfino Sisto Legnani

  • Architects: Argot ou La Maison Mobile, Luca Astorri, Riccardo Balzarotti, Rossella Locatelli Matteo Poli
  • Project: Villaggio Save The Children
  • Location: Milan, Expo 2015, Italy
  • Photography: Delfino Sisto Legnani, Marco Menghi
  • Software used: Autocad and Maquette
  • Pavilion Design Team: Caterina Battolla, Hiroyuki Kakiuchi, Riccardo Radaelli, Eleonora Schiavi, Ayaka Suzuki
  • Design-Build Workshop: Argot ou La Maison Mobile – Mezzo Atelier (Giacomo Mezzadri), with Martina, Alessandra, Giulia (Politecnico di Milano), Hesham, Gasem, Bashir, Afrim, Giulio, Emiljano, Egli, Andi
  • Landscape Project: Melania Bugiani
  • Producer / Art Direction: Accapiù S.r.l.
  • Facade by ourselves in scale 1:1
  • Special Thanks: Endrio and Delta-T team, for sharing the tools and good time Dario Lisci and Albiati S.r.l, for all the plants and support Marco Imperadori for the good advice.


The Malleable Space Pavilion by Michael jantzen studio

Wednesday, July 29th, 2015

Article source: Michael jantzen studio

The Malleable Space Pavilion is an experimental interactive structure made from a system of components that allow for a wide variety of spacial configurations that range from symmetrical simplicity, to chaotic complexity. The pavilion consists of 192 white colored horizontal elements that are held into place by two gray vertical support columns. Each support column contains 96 of the elements, and each is held into place separated from the others on tracks, which allow all of them to be easily moved back and forth.

Image Courtesy © Michael jantzen studio

Image Courtesy © Michael jantzen studio


The PortHole in La Grande-Motte, France by TOMA! – team of manufacturers architects

Tuesday, July 28th, 2015

Article source: v2com

The PortHole pavilion is an experimental architecture, designed by Antonio Nardozzi & María Dolores del Sol Ontalba [TOMA!] for the tenth edition of the FAV at La Grande-Motte, decerned with the Jury and the Public awards.

Image Courtesy © TOMA! - team of manufacturers architects

Image Courtesy © TOMA! – team of manufacturers architects

  • Architects: TOMA! – team of manufacturers architects, Antonio NARDOZZI, María Dolores DEL SOL ONTALBA
  • Project: The PortHole
  • Location: Quay Paul Harris, La Grande Motte, France
  • Client: Festival des Architectures Vives
  • Software used: Rhino 5
  • Area of project: 9 m2
  • Project end date: June 2015


Wildlife observation pavilion in Bern Zoo, Switzerland by MORSCHER ARCHITECTS

Sunday, July 26th, 2015


Brief description: A new wildlife observation pavilion, containing toilets and a covered space for observing animals and picnics

Entry description:

Increasing visitor numbers at Bern Zoo triggered the need for an additional service facility along the main promenade of the Tierpark. Built as a wildlife observation pavilion it provides for a number of uses.



  • Project: Wildlife observation pavilion
  • Location: Bern, Switzerland
  • Software used: Vectorworks


Escola Gavina’s multipurpose pavilion in Valencia, Spain by Gradolí & Sanz

Thursday, July 23rd, 2015

Article source: Gradolí & Sanz

The expansion of educational facilities of the “Escola Gavina” involves the construction of a pavilion which can host all type of mass events (meetings, parties, theatrical and musical performances, etc.) in addition to regular use as sports ground. The program comes complete with one music room and a psychomotor one.

Image Courtesy © Mariela Apolllonio

Image Courtesy © Mariela Apolllonio

  • Architects: Gradolí & Sanz
  • Project: Escola Gavina’s multipurpose pavilion
  • Location: Partida La Martina , Picanya , Valencia, Spain
  • Photography: Mariela Apolllonio
  • Authors: Arturo Sanz & Carmel Gradolí , architects and Carmen Martinez Gregori , architect
  • Collaborators: VALTER, Valencian structures
  • Structural calculations: Pablo Gomez Sanchez
  • Plant engineering: Vallet Francisco Ferrer. technical architect
  • Program: Multipurpose Hall School Gavina (more…)

SCAPE in Montpellier, FRANCE by NAS architecture

Sunday, July 19th, 2015

Article source: NAS architecture

For the 10 years of the Festival of Lively Architecture and in an as exceptional place as the hotel Saint Côme’s courtyard, the biad for the main Pavilion must be thoughtful and contextual . It seemed important to use the differents elements that punctuate the courtyard as a basis for the overall development of the pavilion’s shape. Begining from the ground, the pavilion unfolds in a multitude of random steps that can serve as reading spaces for visitors, rest or stages for the various events that take place during the Festival. The pavilion includes columns that surround it to form a large reception area for the public. Because of its shape and generosity, that interiority intrigue, consisting of a wall set design, this space becomes a place of informations and meetings around the Festival.

Image Courtesy © Paul KOZLOWSKI

Image Courtesy © Paul KOZLOWSKI

  • Architects: NAS architecture (Hadrien BALALUD DE SAINT JEAN, Guillaume GIRAUD, Johan LAURE)
  • Project: SCAPE
  • Location: Montpellier, FRANCE 
  • Photography: Paul KOZLOWSKI
  • Software used: Revit, Autodesk
  • Client: Festival of Lively Architecture (FAV)
  • Project Area : 30 sqm
  • Delivery date: June 2015


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